Former Grand Prix driver Derek Warwick will join the stewards’ panel for the Hungarian Grand Prix, marking the second time this season that he has fulfilled the role brought in by the FIA to improve consistency in decision-making of on-track incidents.
Warwick competed in Formula 1 between 1981 and 1993 for the likes of Toleman, Brabham, Lotus, Arrows and Renault, with whom he came very close to winning the 1984 British Grand Prix.
Warwick also won the 1992 Le Mans 24 Hours race and competed successfully in the British Touring Car Championship as both a driver, and later co-founder of the Triple 8 BTCC team.
[Original image via Sutton Images]
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