Following the Austria controversy, Haas principal Guenther Steiner says consistency is needed, not clearer rules.

The stewards handed out several debatable penalties at the Austrian Grand Prix, with the one dished out to Lando Norris receiving the greatest scrutiny.

As Sergio Perez tried to pass Norris around the outside of Turn 4, he ended up in the gravel and tumbled down the order, and the stewards saw that as Norris pushing Perez off the track, resulting in a five-second penalty and two superlicence penalty points.

Perez would later get two five-second penalties for similar incidents as he defended against Charles Leclerc.

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