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F1 drivers' penalty points: Who is close to a ban?

F1 drivers' penalty points: Who is close to a ban?

F1 drivers' penalty points: Who is close to a ban?

F1 drivers' penalty points: Who is close to a ban?

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix saw only Sergio Perez add to his penalty points tally.

Two points were added to Perez's licence for causing a collision with McLaren's Lando Norris.

He now has 7 penalty points, which sees him pip Logan Sargeant to become the most at risk of a ban. The Williams driver's licence will be clean in October next year, should he avoid accruing any more in the meantime.

Perez will not have a clean licence until November 2024.

READ MORE: Official 2023 F1 Drivers’ and Constructors' Championship Final Standings

Penalty points explained

Alongside time penalties, driving infringements also carry penalty points to ensure driving standards are maintained.

These points expire after 12 months have elapsed, but will result in a race ban should 12 points be accrued during this period.

GPFans has compiled a list of the points currently accrued by drivers and when they will expire. This article will be updated throughout the year.

Red Bull

Max Verstappen - Zero points

Sergio Perez - Seven points

Singapore GPOne17th September 2024Causing a collision
Japanese GPFour24th September 2024Causing a collision x2
Abu Dhabi GPTwo26th November 2024Causing a collision


Charles Leclerc - Zero points

Carlos Sainz - Two points

Australian GPTwo2nd April 2024Causing a collision


Lewis Hamilton - Four points

Belgian GPTwo29th July 2024Causing a collision
Italian GPTwo3rd September 2024Causing a collision

George Russell - Four points

Monaco GPTwo28th May 2024Causing a collision
Las Vegas GPTwo19th November 2024Causing a collision


Esteban Ocon - Zero points

Pierre Gasly - Zero points


Lando Norris - Zero points

Oscar Piastri - Zero points

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