The result of the 2019 Bathurst 1000 will remain provisional until DJR Team Penske's hearing over a team orders charge next week.
Penske is set to face a hearing before the Gold Coast 600 next week over the breach, sparked by a request for Fabian Coulthard to slow down behind a safety car late in the race.
Although Coulthard received a drivethrough penalty during the race, Autosport understands the further possible sanctions - depending on the outcome of the hearing - are a fine or a loss of teams' championship points.
While the hearing is not set to affect Scott McLaughlin's win, the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport has confirmed the result of Sunday's race will remain provisional until the hearing.
Following the race, event stewards called Penske team boss Ryan Story, Coulthard and his engineer to a hearing and requested audio relating to the incident from the deputy race director. The hearing lasted more than two hours.
"After interviewing Mr Story, the driver of car #12 and car #12's engineer, and reviewing Hawk Eye footage of the incident, including in-car footage from car #12, the interview of Mr Story and Supercars telemetry data for car #12, the stewards, while making no findings, determined that the evidence was sufficient to call upon Racing Team (Aust) Pty Ltd [Penske] to answer whether it breached Rule D24.1 and recommended to the deputy race director that he consider laying a charge of a breach of that rule," read the CAMS statement.
"The deputy race director, having determined to lay such a charge, and the authorised representative of Racing Team (Aust) Pty Ltd having explained that he required an opportunity [to] gather and present evidence in defence of that charge and the deputy race director having sought an opportunity to secure further evidence, the stewards closed the inquiry at 2210.
"The charge will be heard by a panel of stewards prior to the commencement of track activities at the forthcoming Gold Coast 600.
"In the circumstances, the classifications for race 25 [Bathurst] remain provisional.
"The stewards re-iterate that no findings have been made against Racing Team (Aust) Pty Ltd at this stage and the driver of car #12 is not accused of any breach of the rules beyond the breach of Rule D10.2.2.3 for which a pitlane drivethrough penalty was issued during the race and was served."
Following the race Coulthard said he felt the need to "clear his name" because "with what's played out, up to now I'm the scapegoat".