The FIA has confirmed that Alfa Romeo have chosen not to appeal Gabriele Tarquini's 10-place grid penalty for this weekend's round of the World Touring Car Championship
Tarquini was awarded the punishment for the Imola race, after colliding with Peter Terting at the last round at Silverstone. The collision caused a chain reaction that led to teammate James Thompson's retirement.
Tarquini also received a one-race ban, suspended for the two Imola races. Should Tarquini cause a similar incident during either of the races, the Italian will be excluded from that race.
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