After granting three penalty points to Monza race commissioners Sebastian Vettel, the German is only three points further away from being banned from entering one race.
In the seventh round of the race, Sebastian Vettel in the Ascari variant lost control of the rear of the car. The German first spun, then collided with Lance Stroll on his return to the track. Vettel had to go boxing with a damaged front wing, which meant he fell completely at the beginning of the starting line, and the FIA described the German maneuver as dangerous driving
The German was fined a 10 second Stop & Go punishment and the commissioners awarded him three more penalty points on his super license. Vettel thus has 9 penalty points after the Monza race, and with three additional points, the Ferrari racer would be awaiting the penalty of banning one race.
Runner at the limit 12. penalty points will automatically receive the penalty of non-participation in an individual race, which is prescribed in the FIE Sport Regulations.