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Multiple drivers summoned after chaotic Miami GP

There was a series of incidents between the drivers during the Miami Grand Prix - and now they are facing a post-race trip to the stewards.

Sainz Miami
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Several Formula 1 drivers have been called to see the stewards following the chequered flag at the Miami Grand Prix.

Kevin Magnussen, who has been in the wars for much of the weekend, has been called for an alleged breach of Article 55.11 of the sporting regulations.

The matter relates to entering the pit lane during a safety car period but opting not to change his tyres.

Magnussen was issued an in-race time penalty of 10 seconds after coming together with Williams' Logan Sargeant midway through the race.

Piastri, Sainz also summoned

Oscar Piastri and Carlos Sainz have also been called to see the stewards following their squabble for position.

Sainz attempted to overtake Piastri at Turn 17 which resulted in contact between the pair and a damaged front wing for Piastri.

The contact resulted in a trip to the pit lane for Piastri, dropping him down the order and eliminating his chance of points.

A previous incident in the race was reviewed by the stewards after Sainz asserted he was pushed wide off the track by Piastri at Turn 11.

The stewards opted for no further investigation over that particular incident.

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