When a driver makes a rash manoeuvre, we usually see a grid penalty, regardless of the harshness of that particular manoeuvre. Growing up, it used to be when drivers sped in the pit lane, they would be hit with a stop-go penalty, something I wish they used more often, because today, I have seen some incidents worthy of a stop-go. Could it be that racing is less harsh compared to 10-15 years ago? Man, I still watch F1, but I have a feeling among other cons, that the stewards don't even punish drivers responsible for incidents accordingly. The general idea is: Drive-through penalty for the most minor infringements Stop-go penalty for moderate to significant infringements Disqualification, grid penalties, and race bans for severe to the highest extreme infringements. Your thoughts?