Just two drivers in the 2012 Formula 1 field managed to avoid a single penalty from the FIA stewards over the course of the season, with a Brazilian report handing Fernando Alonso and Timo Glock the honour of being the fairest drivers on the grid.
An analysis by Globo Esporte found that, not surprisingly, Pastor Maldonado was the worst offender on the grid with fifteen separate penalties.
His tally almost double that racked up by the next-worst offenders, Sauber’s Sergio Pérez and championship-winner Sebastian Vettel, who had eight sanctions apiece.
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