London - Red Bull's Max Verstappen has completed the public service punishment imposed on him after last year's Brazilian Grand Prix by attending a gathering of international race stewards in Geneva.
Formula One's governing body, the FIA, announced on Sunday that the 21-year-old Dutchman had taken part in interactive case study sessions with race officials over the weekend.
"We are doing our job on the track, trying to get the best out of the race, and it’s clear that the stewards are doing their job to find the best way to reach a fair decision," Verstappen was quoted as saying.
"It’s been a good lesson for me and I’ve learned a lot, both in my day in Marrakesh, which I really enjoyed and which gave me a good understanding of the stewards, and now here."
Verstappen, the youngest ever Formula One winner, was ordered to do two days of public service for an angry confrontation with Force India’s Esteban Ocon at Interlagos in November.