The disqualification of Sebastian Vettel following the failure to take a liter of petrol at the end of the race – the commissioners found only 0.3 liters of fuel in the tank – arrives at another stage of a process that will find its definitive conclusion only following the evaluation of the appeal that Aston Martin has already declared it intends to present. If this morning the official documents relating to the race that took place at the Hungaroring still saw Sebastian Vettel present in second position, this is no longer the case. Pending the appeal, the four-time world champion is disqualified from the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Consequentially, FormulaPassion.it has updated the world rankings considering an order of arrival without the German of the Aston Martin. Both Vettel and Lawrence Stroll’s team thus lose 18 precious points for both to the advantage of their direct competitors, Williams who further stretches on Alfa Romeo, Ferrari who scored the third podium of the season alongside McLaren in third position and Lewis Hamilton, who moves to +8 on Max Verstappen in the drivers’ standings.