The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stewards decided that Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa's near-miss in qualifying did not require any further investigation, and also decided not to issue any penalties for a separate incident between Massa and Rubens Barrichello.
Hamilton had wiped out a track marker bollard while jinking to avoid Massa following a moment of confusion in Q2.
The Briton spoke to the stewards about the incident, and after hearing his explanation they decided it was not worthy of investigation.
Massa felt the stewards made the right call on both incidents.
"On my last out-lap, I came up behind so much traffic and it was all very confusing, especially as Hamilton, who was ahead of me, had slowed a lot at Turn 14," said Massa.
"At the end of the session, I was called to the stewards to discuss this incident and also the one with Hamilton again in Q2.
"This sort of thing can happen as can be seen from the fact that no action was taken."
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