Yuki Tsunoda will take a 10-place grid penalty at Monza after hitting the reprimand limit during the race at Zandvoort.
The AlphaTauri driver was given his fifth reprimand of the season for continuing after loosening his safety belts during the Dutch Grand Prix.
Tsunoda stopped on track after emerging from the pits, when he initially thought the wheels were not all fastened. After a brief radio exchange with the team they told him to continue, before he returned to the pits to get his safety belts fastened again.
He subsequently left his pit box and stopped out on track again to retire, after the team noticed a terminal problem with his car.
Tsunoda said after the race that there was "no clear issue" which caused the stoppage, however the FIA stewards determined that it was a "differential" failure that led to the retirement.
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How many reprimands does each driver have in 2022?
The current Formula 1 sporting regulations state that any driver who receives five reprimands in a season will be given an automatic 10-place grid drop at the next event.
At least four reprimands must be for driving offences to receive a grid penalty.
Tsunoda is on a list with eight other drivers who have received reprimands so far this season.
Alex Albon, Daniel Ricciardo, Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon, Sebastien Vettel, and Zhou Guanyu are all on one reprimand each.
Lance Stroll has racked up two reprimands so far this season, while Carlos Sainz is on three with seven races left.
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