A total of eight drivers - Carlos Sainz, Sergio Perez, Daniel Ricciardo, Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly, Antonio Giovinazzi, Nicholas Latifi and Nikita Mazepin - were all under investigation for failing to respect double-waved yellow flags when Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel crashed.

All drivers except Latifi and Mazepin were cleared of any wrongdoing, with the pair handed 30s penalties and three penalty points each.

Vettel and Raikkonen themselves were also summoned to see the stewards for their collision which occurred on the final lap of Sunday’s race.

Raikkonen was handed a drive-through penalty from the stewards for the incident, which was converted to a 20-second time penalty, meaning his final result was unaffected.

The pair - who had been running outside of the top-10 at the time and battling over 12th place - tangled at Turn 5 and ended up spearing off into the gravel on the final tour of the 71-lap race.

Double-yellow flags were waved for the incident, with the aforementioned eight drivers investigated for failing to slow down sufficiently.

In addition, Williams driver George Russell also saw the stewards in the Spielberg paddock for allegedly moving under braking in defence against Raikkonen.

The incident was cleared as no further action.