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GP Week : Issue 173
26 GPWEEK.com // 26 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: Michael Schumacher avoided a penalty for ignoring blue flags in Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix. From 14th on the grid, Schumacher sustained a puncture after running over the front-wing of Jean-Eric Vergne’s Toro Rosso as the field converged on the tight Turn 1. The Mercedes AMG Petronas driver, who will hang up his helmet for good at the end of the year, fell to the tail end of the field as he trundled slowly back to the pits and soon found himself a lap down on the leading pack. He eventually retired with a gearbox issue five laps from the end, but was summoned to the stewards after Lotus-Renault’s Romain Grosjean accused the German of impeding him earlier in the race at the Buddh International Circuit. However, the FIA cleared Schumacher of any wrongdoing, saying: “The stewards considered that the driver of car 10 [Grosjean] did not close the gap sufficiently to required car 7 [Schumacher] to move out of the way in accordance with Appendix H Article 2.4 .5 (d) of the International Sporting Code.” SCHUMI NOT RED-FACED OVER BLUE FLAGS F1 >>> INDIA