Formula 1 drivers have been warned that they risk being punished if they gain any lasting advantage from running wide at Turn 8 during the Austrian Grand Prix.
The FIA adopted a 'zero tolerance' approach to drivers who put all four wheels off the track at Turn 8 during qualifying on Saturday.
That stance resulted in a number of drivers - including Lewis Hamilton and Nico Hulkenberg - losing some of their best qualifying efforts.
And ahead of the race, the FIA has informed all the teams that it will keep a close eye on discretions at that corner during the race too.
A note sent to all teams said: "During the race, any driver leaving the track on the exit of Turn 8 who appears to have gained a clear and lasting advantage by doing so, will be reported to the stewards.
"We would not, for example, expect a driver who left the track on the exit of Turn 8 to attempt to pass a driver in front of him in to Turn 1.
"Furthermore, any drivers who repeatedly leave the track on the exit of Turn 8 will also be reported to the stewards.
"Drivers are reminded that if they leave the track they may re-join but only if they do so safely and without gaining any lasting advantage."