It has been announced this evening that Red Bull driver Daniil Kvyat was given a reprimand for his incident during second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix.
The Russian was involved in an unsafe release after he joined the pitlane as Williams’ Felipe Massa was approaching.
The stewards deemed Kvyat was not paying enough attention and gave him his second reprimand of the season, also fining Red Bull €10,000 for the incident.
Today’s reprimand means Kvyat is just one away from being handed a 10-place grid penalty after he was reprimanded in Austria for ignoring the pitlane entry requirements. In case you didn’t know, any driver who gets three reprimands during a season will automatically receive a penalty for the next race. Let’s hope that Kvyat doesn’t get another one for the rest of the season ahead.