World champion Fernando Alonso has been summoned by the Italian Grand Prix stewards after Ferrari Felipe Massa said the Spaniard had blocked him during qualifying.
Alonso, 12 points ahead of Massa's teammate Michael Schumacher in the championship, qualified in fifth position after a difficult session in which he was hit by a puncture.
The Spanish world champion will meet with the stewards after the GP2 race.
Alonso, however, believes Massa had no reason to complain.
"There is nothing to say. I think we need to wait until after the GP2 race to see," said Alonso. "Massa complained about me blocking his lap. I did my out lap to the maximum but I didn't block anyone.
"He was 300 to 400 metres behind me so he got a better tow off me. There should be no complaint."