Schumacher handed five-place grid penalty for Monaco 13 May 2012
Mercedes Michael Schumacher has been punished by the Spanish stewards for his collision with Williams' Bruno Senna during Sunday's Barcelona race. Schumacher receives a five-place grid penalty for the next round in Monaco.
After investigating, the stewards decided the German driver was at fault for the accident, which occurred on Lap 12 at Turn One. Schumacher retired immediately after crashing into the back of the Williams and, although Senna was able to continue for a few more corners, the damage to his FW34 was similarly terminal.
The Monaco race takes place in Monte Carlo from May 24-27.
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