Sainz set for 20-place grid penalty in Suzuka

For Friday morning’s FP1 session at Suzuka the Toro Rosso driver has taken his sixth MGU-H, his fifth V6, and his fifth turbo. As this is the first time he has used a sixth element in 2017 he should pick up 10 places for the MGU-H, plus five each for the V6 and turbo, making for a total of 20.Meanwhile, Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen has taken on his fourth and final V6, MGU-K, control … Keep reading

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