Fabio Quartararo has been given an extra three-second penalty for his leathers being incorrectly fastened in the Catalan Grand Prix, dropping him to sixth in the final classification.
Quartararo took the chequered flag at the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya third despite having to ride the final five laps with his race leathers unzipped after they came open on their own, his chest protector being torn out by the wind on the exit of Turn 3 as a result.
He lost out to Johann Zarco as he battled to the finish, running wide across the run-off at Turn 1 as the Pramac racer passed and re-joining the track in third just ahead of Jack Miller’s factory Ducati.
Quartararo was given a three second penalty for not dropping the required second in lap-time after cutting the bend, leaving him fourth in the end.
He has since been given a further three second punishment for riding until the end with his leathers unzipped and without his chest protector, dropping him to sixth behind Joan Mir and Yamaha team-mate Maverick Vinales.
His relegation also means he loses more points to Zarco in the championship standings, his lead reducing from 17 to 14 ahead of the German GP at the Sachsenring in two weeks time.