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Posted 28 October 2012 - 18:19

So with the Indian GP results in the season finale is beginning to be a nerve-wrecking fight to the finish. With his 1 new investigation Schumacher is now on par with Maldonado (13 investigations/penalties) blowing the championship wide open!

Please note that these are based on official investigations by stewards as reported by FIA:

Bruno Senna (3)
European GP: Causing collision with Kamui Kobayashi, drive through penalty
Singapore GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Japanese GP: Caused a collision with Car 8 in Turn 1. Drive-through Penalty
Charles Pic (6)
Spanish GP:- Ignored waved blue flags, drive through penalty
British GP:- The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Singapore GP: Overtook a car under Red Flags. Penalty of 20 seconds to be added to the driver’s race time and in addition the driver and his team
engineer to perform 1 day’s Community Service for FIA Action for Road Safety campaign at the
instruction of the FIA President.
Japanese GP: Did not stay to the right of the bollard located on the left at Pit Entry. No further action.
Japanese GP: Impeded Car 4 between Turns 15 & 16. Reprimand for the Driver and a Fine of €5,000 for the competitor, Marussia F1 Team.
Korean GP: used more than 8 engines. Drop 10 grid positions.
Daniel Ricciardo (2)
European GP- Vitaly Petrov (Caterham) and Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso) collision, racing incident no further action
Korean GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Fernando Alonso (0)
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Giedo Van Der Garde (1)
Japanese GP: Pit Lane Speeding - 61.9 km/h, Fine € 400
Heikki Kovalainen (3)
Australian Grand Prix: Unlapped himself during safety car period before reaching first safety car line. Five place grid drop at next event
Monaco;- Sergio Perez (Sauber) and Heikki Kovalainen (Caterham) collision to be investigated after the race. No action taken
Belgium GP - Unsafe release from the pit, team fined €10,000
Felipe Massa (1)
Spanish GP:- Failing to slow during waved yellow flags, drive through penalty
Jenson Button (2)
German GP - Crossed the white line on the Exit of the Pit Lane, fined €2,500
Japanese GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Jean-Éric Vergne (4)
Bahrain GP: - Failed to attend weighbridge when requested after qualifying session, reprimand
Canadian GP: - Speeding in the pitlane during the race, drive through penalty
European GP- Collision with Heikki Kovalainen (Caterham) Ten place grid drop at next event and € 25,000 fine
Japanese GP: The driver impeded car 19 at Turn 16. Drop of 3 Grid positions
Kamui Kobayashi (5)
European GP - Collision with Felipe Massa (Ferrari) Five place grid drop at the next event
British GP:- Unsafe manoeuvre in the pits. Fined €25,000
Korean GP: Causing a collision with Car 3 Jenson Button in Turn 3. Drive through penalty
Indian GP: Leaving the track and gaining an advantage, no further action
Indian GP: Causing a collision with car 18, no further action
Kimi Raikkonen (4)
Malaysian Grand Prix- The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Canadian GP- Crossed the white line on entry to pit lane during FP3, fined €2,500
Belgian GP - Car 9 left the track, alleged breach of Article 2© of Chapter IV of Appendix L of the FIA International Sporting Code. No action
Japanese GP: Pit Lane Speeding - 71 km/h, Fine € 2,200
Lewis Hamilton (4)
Chinese GP: - The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Spanish GP - Car failed to return to the pits under its own power, excluded from qualifying session but allowed to start from back of grid
European GP - Investigated for impeding Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) during Q3 by driving excessively slowly. No action taken
European GP - Investigated for overtaking under waved yellow flags, no further action
Mark Webber (6)
German GP - The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Belgium GP - The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Singapore GP: Left the track twice during inlap at end of Q3. A penalty of a Reprimand.
Singapore GP: Emerged from the Pit Lane in front of Car 24 during Q1, no further action
Singapore GP: left the track and gained an advantage when he rejoined. Drive-through Penalty, imposed after the race, 20 seconds added
Belgium GP - Unsafe release from the pit, no action
Michael Schumacher (13)
Chinese GP - Unsafe release from pit stop, team fined €5,000
Bahrain GP- The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Spanish GP - Driver left track at turn 13 during FP3 without giving stewards a reasonable explanation. Reprimand
Spanish GP - Caused a collision, 5 place grid drop at the next event
European GP- Using DRS during yellow flag period, No action taken
Monaco GP: - Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) and Romain Grosjean (Lotus) collision to be investigated after the race. No action taken.
Hungarian GP - Speeding in the pitlane during the race, 111.4 km/h, drive through penalty
Belgian GP - Did not stay to the right of the bollard on the left in the Pit entry FP1, fined €2,500
Belgian GP - appeared to make a sudden change in direction at the Pit Entry, when in close proximity to car 1 (Vettel)., no action
Singapore GP: Collided with the rear of car 17 at turn 14. Penalty of a drop of 10 grid positions at the driver's next Event
Korean GP: Impeded car 22 and 23. Reprimand
Korean GP: Unsafe release. Team fined €10,000
Indian GP: Ignoring blue flags, no further action
Narain Karthikeyan (2)
Malaysian Grand Prix- Caused a collision with Car 1 Sebastian Vettel, drive through penalty imposed after the race, 20 seconds added to lapsed time
European GP - Speeding in the pitlane during the race, drive through penalty
Nico Rosberg (4)
Bahrain GP- Incident involving Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) no action taken
Bahrain GP - Incident involving Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) no action taken
German GP - The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Belgian GP - The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Nico Hulkenberg (5)
Spanish GP - Speeding in the pitlane during FP3, 95.5 km/h fined €7,200
Monaco GP - Incident with Sergio Perez during FP3, reprimand
European GP- Investigated for impeding Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) during Q1, no action taken
British GP- The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Japanese GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Pastor Maldonado (12)
Chinese GP: Impeding Heikki Kovalainen during Q1, reprimand
Bahrain: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Monaco: Breach of Article 16.1 of the FIA's Sporting Code, 10 place grid drop
Canada: - Investigated for impeding Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus) during Q1, racing incident, no further action
Canada: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
European GP: Speeding in the pitlane during FP3, 66.1 km/h fined € 1,400,
European GP: Collision with Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) Drive through penalty post race, 20 seconds added to elapsed time
British GP: Caused a collision with Sergio Perez (Sauber) Fined €10,000 and given a reprimand
German GP: Speeding in the pitlane during FP1 66.0 kmh, fined €1,200
Hungarian GP: Caused a collision with car no 11 Paul di Resta, drive through penalty
Belgium GP: Impeded Car 12 at Turns 18 and 19, drop of 3 grid places
Belgium GP -Jump start, 5-place grid penalty
Belgium GP - Caused a collision with Timo Glock, 5-place grid penalty
Paul di Resta (1)
Italian GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Pedro de la Rosa (3)
Malaysian Grand Prix- Team personnel still on the grid at the 3 minute warning prior to race restart, drive through penalty
Chinese GP - Impeding Bruno Senna during Q1, reprimand
Singapore GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Romain Grosjean (4)
Monaco: Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) and Romain Grosjean (Lotus) collision to be investigated after the race. No action taken.
German GP- The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Belgium GP - Caused a collision, banned for the next race and fined €50,000
Japanese GP: Caused a collision with Car 2 in Turn 1. Ten Second Stop and Go Penalty in accordance with Article 16.3
Sebastian Vettel (8)
Malaysian Grand Prix- Speeding in the pitlane during FP2, 61.1 km/h, fined €400
Spanish GP- Failing to slow during waved yellow flags, drive through penalty
Canadian GP- Incident with Bruno Senna (Williams) during FP1, reprimand
Belgian GP - Performed a practice start in the Pit Lane contrary to item 10.1 of the Race Director’s notes, fined €10,000
German GP - Left the track and gained an advantage, drive through penalty imposed after the race, 20 seconds added to elapsed race time
Italian GP: Car 1 forced car 5 (Alonso) off the track at Turn 3, drive through penalty
Singapore GP: Alleged to have been driven erratically at Turn 16 at the end of the Safety Car period. No further action
Japanese GP: Impeded car 5 at Turn 16. Reprimand.
Sergio Perez (4)
Australian GP: The Driver did not use the gearbox for five consecutive Events. Drop of five grid positions.
Monaco:- Impeding Kimi Raikkonen during the race, drive through penalty
Monaco;- Sergio Perez (Sauber) and Heikki Kovalainen (Caterham) collision to be investigated after the race. No action taken
German GP- Impeded Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) and Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus) during qualifying, drop of 5 grid places
Timo Glock (0)
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Vitaly Petrov (4)
European GP- Vitaly Petrov (Caterham) and Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso) collision, racing incident no further action
German GP - Used a front tyre in Q1 which had not been presented to the FIA Technical Delegate prior to the end of scrutineering, fined €2,500
Hungarian GP- Speeding in the pitlane during FP2, 64.8 km/h, fined €1,000
Japanese GP: Ignoring Blue Flags. Drive through penalty

I'll update until end of season.

Edited by GT Racing Online Magazine, 28 October 2012 - 18:20.