Ticktum Inherits Monaco Victory as Lawson Disqualified

Ticktum Inherits Monaco Victory as Lawson Disqualified

Dan Ticktum has taken victory in the second Monaco Sprint Race, after Hitech’s Liam Lawson was disqualified for a breach of the Technical Regulations.

Stewards found that Lawson had used a throttle map that was not in compliance with Article 3.6.5 and was stripped of his race victory.

A statement from Race Control said: “A defined throttle pedal progressivity map programmed in position 1 of the steering wheel throttle map rotary knob must be used during all formation lap starts and race starts until the car speed reaches 50 km/h.

“Car 07 used a different throttle map at the race start.”

As a result, Ticktum has been awarded his first win this year for Carlin and the 15 championship points available. PREMA’s Oscar Piastri now takes second, with the second Hitech of Jüri Vips being promoted to the podium.

Further back, Carlin’s Jehan Daruvala now takes the final points position in eighth and PREMA’s Robert Shwartzman jumps up into P10, and receives the two points for fastest lap.

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