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F1 penalty points: Who is closest to a race ban?

How many penalty points does each driver have? RacingNews365.com has all the information!

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Two drivers picked up penalty points at the Japanese Grand Prix held at the famous Suzuka Circuit last weekend.

Sergio Perez picked up four points - two for a Safety Car infringement and another two for colliding with Kevin Magnussen.

Logan Sargeant also added two more points to his tally after crashing with Valtteri Bottas.

Perez is now tied for the most penalty points in the field, with both himself and Aston Martin's Lance Stroll the only drivers who are halfway towards a race ban.

Should a driver take 12 points in the space of 12 months, they are handed an automatic race ban for the next applicable race.

Only four drivers have a clean copybook: Valtteri Bottas, Esteban Ocon, Oscar Piastri and Kevin Magnussen.

Check out the full F1 penalty points list below!

Lance Stroll - Seven points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
United States GP Two October 23, 2023 Causing a collision
Sao Paulo GP Three November 12, 2023 Dangerous manoeuvre
British GP Two July 9, 2024 Causing a collision
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	© RN365/Michael Potts

Sergio Perez - Seven points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Singapore GP Two October 2, 2023 Safety Car infringement
Singapore GP One September 17, 2024 Causing a collision
Japanese GP Two September 24, 2024 Safety Car infringement
Japanese GP Two September 24, 2024 Causing a collision

Pierre Gasly - Five points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Japanese GP Two October 9, 2023 Speeding under red flags
United States GP Two October 23, 2023 Safety Car infringement
Mexico City GP One October 30, 2023 Forcing another car off track

George Russell - Four points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
United States GP Two October 23, 2023 Causing a collision
Monaco GP Two May 28, 2024 Unsafe rejoin/Causing a collision

Daniel Ricciardo - Four Points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Mexico City Grand Prix Two October 30, 2023 Causing a collision
Sao Paulo Grand Prix Two November 13, 2023 Causing a collision

Logan Sargeant - Four Points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Italian GP Two September 3, 2024 Causing a collision
Japanese GP Two September 24, 2024 Causing a collision

Lewis Hamilton - Four Points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Belgian GP Two July 29, 2024 Causing a collision
Italian GP Two September 3, 2024 Causing a collision
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	© XPBimages

Yuki Tsunoda - Three points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Spanish GP One June 4, 2024 Forcing another car off track
Dutch GP Two August 27, 2024 Causing a collision

Zhou Guanyu - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Hungarian GP Two July 23, 2024 Causing a collision

Fernando Alonso - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Sao Paulo GP Two November 12, 2023 Causing a collision

Lando Norris - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Sao Paulo GP Two November 13, 2023 Causing a collision

Carlos Sainz - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Australian GP Two April 2, 2024 Causing a collision

Max Verstappen - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Sao Paulo GP Two November 13, 2023 Causing a collision

Nico Hulkenberg - Two points

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Monaco GP Two May 29, 2024 Causing a collision

Charles Leclerc - One point

Where Points Expiry Date Why
Japanese GP One October 9, 2023 Leaving the track and gaining an advantage

Alex Albon - One point

Where Points Expiry Date Why
United States GP One October 23, 2023 Leaving the track and gaining an advantage

F1 2023 Spanish Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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