Four drivers have received three place grid penalties after being found guilty of impeding other drivers on the narrow streets of Monaco.

Rio Haryanto will drop to fifth and lose his front row position after impeding Stéphane Richelmi at Turn 18. This promotes Mitch Evans to second position.

Both Hilmer Motorsport drivers also received grid drops, as Daniel Abt obstructed Johnny Cecotto’s lap at Turn 10 while Facu Regalia (pictured above) impeded Sergio Canamasas at Turn 15 in group B.

Lastly, Felipe Nasr was also found guilty of impeding Cecotto at Turn 19, resulting in the Brazilian dropping to eighteenth on the grid.

Image via GP2 Series Media

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