Rosberg reprimanded for ignoring yellow flags


Daimler
30 June 2013 by Ryan Wood | M
          

British Grand Prix winner Nico Rosberg has been given a reprimand for failing to slow for yellow flags.

The German was reported to the stewards office after the race to explain his actions after failing to "show a significant reduction in speed" when yellow flags were out at turns three and five for debris caused by an incident between Adrian Sutil and Nico Hulkenberg on lap 36.

The stewards, which include Nigel Mansell this weekend, only handed down a reprimand for the incident which is in line with previous penalties for similar regulation breaches.

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