Former F1 driver and Indy 500 winner Danny Sullivan will make his second appearance on the Stewards’ Panel at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.
The American made his first appearance on the Stewards’ Panel at the German Grand Prix, where he was part of the decision-making process in awarding Ferrari a $100,000 fine and a summons to the World Motor Sport Council for imposing illegal team orders.
Sullivan’s F1 experience dates back to a single season with Tyrrell in 1983 after cutting his teeth in the European open-wheel racing scene. He later moved back to the USA, competing in CART until the mid-1990s, with the highlight of his career being the ‘spin and win’ victory at the 1985 Indianapolis 500.
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