The Rich Energy Haas F1 Team’s Romain Grosjean who qualified for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix from eighth place will start the event from eleventh.

The Frenchman was handed a three place grid penalty for impeding McLaren Renault’s Lando Norris during Q1.

The race stewards said in there decision that they accepted that Grosjean did not intentionally block Norris.

The news should be an eye opener to the Rich Energy Haas F1 Team who reportedly do not inform their drivers if faster cars coming up behind them during sessions or races.

The revised grid sees Alfa Romeo Racing’s Kimi Raikkonen promotes to eighth, Lando Norris of McLaren will start ninth while the Renault F1 Team’s Daniel Ricciardo is promoted to tenth.

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