Mexican Grand Prix – Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll and AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda will both take grid penalties for the Mexican GP.
Both drivers will take new components in the back of their cars and, as a result, will take grid penalties ahead of raceday.
The Canadian driver will take a new internal combustion engine and a new turbocharger in the back of his Aston Martin. Stroll will also fit a new MGU-H and new control electronics. These new components are over the allocated amount and as such, Stroll will receive a penalty.
Tsunoda will take a new internal combustion engine and turbocharger also. However, the Japanese driver will take a new MGU-H, MGU-K, and exhaust system.
Both drivers will incur penalties, and it is uncertain whether more drivers will take fresh components this weekend.
Red Bull’s Sergio Perez will fit a new exhaust system, but will not incur a penalty having only used six of his entitled eight throughout the season.