The season 2015 of the World of Formula 1 has finished and is the time of balance, in all aspects. Goals met, successes and also points harvested, but in the Superlicencia of Formula 1. Since the FIA introduced this system for points in 2014, riders will accumulate points in your Superlicencia of F1 according to the violations they commit. A maximum of 12 points means the suspension of a race for the pilot, although the points have a validity of 12 months, period after which they are deleted according to the date of the sanction accumulated.
Max Verstappen with 8 points has been the pilot with more penalties cumulative. The young dutchman made his debut in the brilliant way in Formula 1, but also has done so with the pilot with the most points totaled in his Superlicencia. Their maneuvers to the limit and some other issues have cost this dubious honor in 2015. Verstappen received three penalty points in Abu Dhabi, one by overtaking Jenson Button on the outside of the track and another two for ignoring the blue flags. Received 2 points in Monaco for his crash with Grosjean and 3 in Hungary exceed the speed after the Safety Car.
Pastor Maldonado is the rider that more points has been accumulated since it was implemented, this system and at times has been close to reaching the 12-point limits. However, the period of 12 months in each of the penalties has been lightening the ‘primer’ of the venezuelan. In spite of this, Pastor Maldonado has added six points in 2015. He received three penalty points for exceeding the speed after the Safety Car in Malaysia, a point in Barcelona for his touch with Marcus Ericsson and two more in Hungary by the accident, with the mexican Sergio Pérez.
Grosjean, Marcus Ericsson and Nico Hülkenberg have got four points.
For its part, between the Spanish riders, there is a diversity of results.
Fernando Alonso and Roberto Merhi have accumulated two points, while
Carlos Sainz in his debut season is underway with the record
immaculate, creating a perfect contrast to his companion of box
Toro Rosso. Roberto Merhi received two points in the GP of China
breaking the speed after the Safety Car going too slow and
Fernando Alonso closes in 2015 with two dots, but sure is more
concerned about the sanctions for reasons of mechanical.
pilots end the season 2015 without penalty. In addition to the above-mentioned
Carlos Sainz, the only other riders to finish with your Superlicencia clean
sanctions are Daniel Ricciardo, Will Stevens, Felipe Massa and
Nico Rosberg. Nor have suffered the penalty of Kevin Magnussen and
Alexander Rossi, understandable, since they both have had a program
very small. In fact, Magnussen just won the Grand Prize of
Australia, whereas Rossi has contested four races in the second
half of the championship.
penalty Points Superlicencia F1 in 2015
- Max Verstappen (Toro Rosso) – 8 Points
- Pastor Maldonado (Lotus) – 6 Points
- Romain Grosjean (Lotus) – 4 Points
- Marcus Ericsson (Sauber) – 4 Points
- Nico Hülkenberg (Force India) – 4 Points
- Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) – 3 Points
- Kimi Räikkönen (Ferrari) – 3 Points
- Sergio Perez (Force India) – 2 Points
- Felipe Nasr (Sauber) – 2 Points
- Fernando Alonso (McLaren) – 2 Points
- Jenson Button (McLaren) – 2 Points
- Daniil Kvyat (Red Bull) – 2 Points
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – 2 Points
- Valtteri Bottas (Williams) – 2 Points
- Roberto Merhi (Manor) – 2 Points