Six drivers summoned to the stewards after final practice for the Monaco Grand Prix

Six drivers were summoned to see the stewards following the final practice session for the Monaco Grand Prix, including Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz.

Several blocking and impeding moments were noted during the session and four of those six drivers could face some kind of penalty from the stewards.

Sainz, who finished FP3 in third place and is one of the pole position contenders, has been called up for an alleged block on Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll 20 minutes into the session.

Stroll was himself summoned for a separate incident which, ironically, was for blocking Sainz just a few moments after the initial episode.

Alfa Romeo’s Zhou Guanyu has also been called up after an alleged block on Red Bull’s Max Verstappen through the Swimming Pool complex.

Sergio Perez, who was fastest in FP3, also received a summons for allegedly impeding George Russell, who complained about the incident over the Mercedes team radio.

On Friday, AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda was given a reprimand for blocking Kevin Magnussen during FP2, taking him to his fourth reprimand of the season. A fifth reprimand would result in a grid penalty.

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