Hungarian Grand Prix stewards have decided that no action was needed following the investigation of an incident involving Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen at the start of the race.
Raikkonen was under investigation over his driving at the first corner after making contact with Red Bull rival Sebastian Vettel.
The Finn, who finished in second place, escaped a penalty, however, as the stewards deemed it was just a racing incident.
Meanwhile, the Red Bull Racing team got a reprimand for the unsafe release of Mark Webber during a pitstop, when he came close to making contact with Raikkonen.
It was the second race in a row that Red Bull has been in a similar situation, having been fined and reprimanded for the unsafe release of Sebastian Vettel at the German Grand Prix two weeks ago.