The stewards have announced that all nine drivers that broke safety car rules during the European Grand Prix will receive five second penalties.
Jenson Button, Rubens Barrichello, Nico Hulkenberg, Robert Kubica, Vitaly Petrov, Adrian Sutil, Vitantonio Liuzzi, Sebastien Buemi and Pedro de la Rosa were all deemed to have gone too fast under safety car conditions following Mark Webber's nasty crash.
However in terms of the end classification, only two of those drivers lose points as a result - namely Buemi, who drops from eighth to ninth and de la Rosa, who now finishes 12th instead of 10th.
Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg are the two main benefactors, the former moving up from ninth to eighth, while the latter goes from twelfth to tenth.
Felipe Massa, Jaime Alguersuari and Michael Schumacher also move up and now finish eleventh, 13th and 15th respectively, at the expense of Vitaly Petrov and Vitantonio Liuzzi.
Virgin's Timo Glock meanwhile was penalised too, after he ignored the blue flags while battling with Bruno Senna. The 20-second penalty he received drops him one place to 19th, behind Karun Chandhok.
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