Michael Schumacher will lose ten places on the starting grid for the Belgian Grand Prix after being penalised for his driving in Hungary.
The German and Williams driver Rubens Barrichello came very close to crashing after Schumacher pushed the Brazilian against the wall on the main straight as the Brazilian attempted to pass.
The move angered Barrichello, who slammed Schumacher's move as 'crazy' after the race.
Schumacher himself said he had done nothing wrong.
The FIA stewards penalised the seven-time champion as he had "illegitimately impeded car 9 during an overtaking manoeuvre."
The Mercedes driver will lose ten places on the grid in the next race in Belgium.