Sebastian Vettel will miss a warning and a fine of 25,000 euros, but tomorrow will be the second starting point in Formula One at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The Ferrari pilot was summoned by the steward during his qualification and was investigated for his behavior.
They applied official warnings and financial sanctions to stop the engine and take corrective action even if the Germans break the scales without following the procedure.
"I do not want to call them when the conditions change so quickly, it's unfair. I wanted them to hurry up."
On the other hand, the steward remained in the pole position because Lewis Hamilton did not investigate the clash with Sergey Sirokkin.
The England man accused the Russian player of not being quick to kneel and not having the speed to develop it because he had no respect for the other side. Hamilton tried to get out of the perfect line, but Shirokin did the same and was almost right.
"I do not know what he thinks if he thinks he was not in his fast lap, we know we have to leave the room, so to me it was very unfair and unnecessary," Lewis said.