Ferrari has escaped further punishment for allegedly employing team orders at the German grand prix.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) met in Paris today to discuss whether Ferrari should face any further sanctions for appearing to order Felipe Massa to concede the lead of the race to Fernando Alonso.
The team was fined $100,000 in the immediate aftermath of the race and had expected to be punished further today.
But Angelo Sticchi Damiani, head of Italian motorsport federation the CSAI, told reporters outside the meeting that the WMSC had unanimously agreed not to impose any further sanctions on Ferrari.
Ferrari claimed Massa himself had decided to concede the lead, despite his engineer Rob Smedley informing him that Alonso was faster and if he understood what that message meant. Smedley later apologised to Massa when the Brazilian lost the lead.