Antonio Giovinazzi has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix for impeding Lance Stroll in Q1 during Saturday's Formula 1 qualifying session.
Stroll was knocked out of the opening segment of qualifying at the Hungaroring after he encountered Giovinazzi's Alfa Romeo at Turn 5 late-on in Q1.
Giovinazzi progressed to Q2 and eventually qualified 14th-fastest, but will now start 17th - two places ahead of Stroll - after the stewards deemed he unnecessarily impeded the Canadian.
The stewards noted that Alfa incorrectly told Giovinazzi he and Stroll were both on slow laps, when Stroll was actually on a flying lap.
But their report stated that when on an in-lap it is a driver's responsibly to make "all reasonable endeavours" to watch for following cars and avoid impeding them.
Giovinazzi was shown a blue flashing light halfway between Turn 3 and Turn 4, the long run uphill that ends the first sector.
The stewards noted that Stroll lost "considerable time" through that part of the track as a result.
They deemed Giovinazzi "could, and should, have moved from the racing line" before the Turn 4 right-hander.
Giovinazzi was handed the grid penalty as a result, with one penalty point also being added to his licence and takeing his total for the 12-month period to four.