After a meeting of the FIA, Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari in Paris today. They have decided to take no further sporting action.
The meeting, that was also attended by Ferrari team principal ‘Maurizio Arrivabene’, reviewed video footage and discussed the matter.
In the end, Vettel took full responsibility for the incident and gave a full apology. As such it was ruled that no further sporting action was to be taken. And instead, he will be committed 12 months community service in educational activities throughout different racing series.
Additionally, he is to be removed from the FIA’s road safety campaign until the end of the year.
It comes after an F1 journalist tweeted saying that Vettel (who turns 30 today) had been disqualified from the Baku race results. However, this was quickly named as false.
The full FIA statement is below: