Sebastian Vettel has kept his Singapore Grand Prix victory after the stewards deemed he had not done anything wrong during the first safety car period.
Vettel was summoned to see the stewards over alleged erratic driving when Jenson Button nearly made contact with him as the Red Bull driver swerved and braked to prepare for the restart.
The sporting rules state that "No car may be driven unnecessarily slowly, erratically or in a manner which could be deemed potentially dangerous to other drivers or any other person at any time whilst the safety car is deployed. This will apply whether any such car is being driven on the track, the pit entry or the pitlane."
The stewards said, however, that, having examined Vettel's telemetry they did not find any erratic driving and so the German kept his win.
"An examination of the telemetry overlay for throttle, steering and brake traces of both cars did not indicate any erratic driving behaviour on the part of the race leader," said a stewards' statement.
"It is noted that Article 40.13 provides that the first car may dictate the pace."
McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh said the duo had been lucky not to crash during the incident.
"They were lucky not to have gifted Fernando Alonso a first place," he said. "I think when you weave around, then you go, and then you brake in the corner, it was very, very close and we were very lucky not to have a big accident."