Ferrari team boss Jean Todt has said he accepts Felipe Massa's disqualification from the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Brazilian driver, as well as Renault's Giancarlo Fisichella, was shown the black flag after leaving the pitlane under red light during a safety car period.
Massa said he did not even see the light, and Todt that the team did not warn their driver about it either.
The Frenchman admitted there was nothing to complain about, as the rules were clear.
"You have a red light, if you don't stop in front of the red light you get excluded, so that's it and we have to analyse very carefully the situation," Todt told reporters after the Canadian Grand Prix.
"But you know, honestly, it's not a question (of seeing the light) because it's in the rules, so if you have a procedure where you 'say be careful, you will have the red light', you don't have to see it.
"We didn't say (that) to him and he did not pay attention."
He added: "It's a big shame that we had to have one car excluded but there's no complaint."