Ferrari and Senj have been fined for obstructing the Monaco GP

Formula 1: Ferrari is furious as they have been fined more than five figures at the Monaco Grand Prix: Ferrari wants ‘More clarity’ Carlos Sange’s Lance Stroll has been barred from practicing in the practice session of Carlos Sange since they were fined five points at the Monaco Grand Prix by the FIA. Follow Formula 1 live updates on InsideSport.IN

Sange told reporters after the Monaco Grand Prix, “I can’t count how many times I’ve been in Monaco. Both are dangerous and not dangerous. What I don’t understand is why we as a team were fined € 25,000 for an obstruction, which I did and I pleaded guilty and I apologized to Lance. But I don’t understand why other incidents are not investigated. And other people are not fined for doing exactly the same thing. “

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Formula 1: Ferrari angry after handing over heavy fines to Monaco GP in Carlos Sange’s obstruction – check out

Ferrari was further incensed when Alex Alban and Nicholas Latifi moved away from the same discipline without blocking the Ferrari couple Sanj and Charles Lackler. They strongly affect the outcome of the race. Meanwhile, it happened during the refueling break window when Red Bull’s Sergio Perez flooded the race lead from the third.

Indicate those activities as Sainz ‘Legal blockade’ Williams should have been given similar punishment for proposing to the pair. “So we want more clarity and more consistency, just as clear,” Sange added.

Formula 1: Ferrari furious over Carlos Sange's obstruction after he was fined more than five figures at the Monaco GP
Formula 1: Carlos Sange has been fined for obstructing the Monaco Grand Prix.

Formula 1: Ferrari angry after handing over heavy fines to Monaco GP in Carlos Sange’s obstruction – check out

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Ferrari boss Matia Binotto reiterated a comparative sentiment and the opposing pair would have to rely on similar investigations. “If you run and see, Alban or Latifi have a solid blue flag and no more work.”

The Italians said they were not happy with the fine. He guaranteed that Sange did his best to stay out of the situation with Stroll, there were obstacles. ‘Of course not dangerous’ An assessment with which the stewards clearly disagree.

Sunday’s runners-up finish fifth behind Perez in Monte Carlo, regardless of the position of the Sange drivers. Fellow Leclerc is concentrating on taking the lead when the season resumes at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on 12 June. Moreover, at the moment he is nine points behind Max Verstappen.

Formula 1: Ferrari angry after handing over heavy fines to Monaco GP in Carlos Sange’s obstruction – check out

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