Sergio Perez has been handed a five second penalty and had a point added onto his racing license for a collision with Alex Albon during the Singapore Grand Prix.
The Red Bull driver was desperately trying to make up places having qualified 13th on Saturday and became involved in two separate occasions with Albon.
His attempts at overtaking the Williams driver were labelled as 'f*****g dirty' by Albon, and now it seems the FIA are in agreement.
Formula 1's governing body described his lunge up the inside of Albon as the pair were heading into turn 13 as an "optimistic late manoeuvre that could be defined as 'diving in', and that there was nothing that [Albon] could have done to avoid the collision".
As a result, Perez was penalised and copped a five-second penalty which will have no impact on his eight-place finish as AlphaTauri's Liam Lawson finished 18 seconds behind the Mexican in ninth.
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