Stewards looking at whether Stroll contravened regulations when passing single yellow flags at the end of his pole-winning Q3; McLaren’s Norris also facing stewards for Q1 investigation into caution flags
By James Galloway
Last Updated: 14/11/20 3:37pm
Surprise Turkish GP polesitter Lance Stroll has been called to stewards for a potential yellow flag infringement during the chaotic wet Turkish GP qualifying session.
Stewards are looking at whether Stroll slowed sufficiently for single-waved yellow flags in the closing minutes of his pole-winning Q3. Team-mate Sergio Perez had triggered yellow flags by running off the circuit.
McLaren’s Lando Norris, who qualified 11th on a disappointing Saturday for the British team, is also facing for stewards for an alleged yellow flag infringement in Q1 when Nicholas Latifi spun off in the Williams.
Race Control had said during qualifying that all lap times set under yellow flags at the end of Q1 would be investigated, but only Norris has been called to the stewards so far in regards to that first session.
More to follow…