Sergio Perez has been reprimanded for impeding by the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race stewards, but will not receive a penalty.
The Sauber driver was investigated for blocking Bruno Senna’s Williams through Yas Marina’s Turn 5/6 chicane in Q1.
The officials, who this weekend include Derek Warwick as driver representative, deemed that Perez’s actions were worthy of a reprimand, but his 12th place on the grid is not affected.
Senna went on to qualify 15th.
Perez had previously received a grid penalty for blocking in German GP qualifying, but did not have any reprimands hanging over him before his Abu Dhabi incident.