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Governing body FIA agrees to hear McLaren’s request to review Norris penalty


SPIELBERG, Austria (AP) — Formula One’s governing body has agreed to hold a hearing to address McLaren’s request to review the time penalty given to Lando Norris at the Canadian Grand Prix. The hearing will take place on Sunday morning with a McLaren representative summoned to appear before stewards at the Austrian Grand Prix ahead of the race. If stewards decide that a “relevant new element” is worth considering then a second hearing will take place at a later date. Norris was handed a five-second penalty for what stewards called “unsportsmanlike behavior” when driving back into the pits deliberately slowly for a tire change. Norris dropped down from ninth to 13th place and out of the points.

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