The FIA have revealed that Sebastian Vettel will face no further punishment for his Mexican Grand Prix radio outbursts after making a series of apologies to Charlie Whiting and the governing body.
The FIA were investgating Vettel after he was heard over the radio telling race director Whiting to **** off.
But Whiting revealed that Vettel had apologised, and as a result he considred the matter closed.
"He did say sorry," Whiting told the Daily Mail. "He was quite robust about finding me and apologising. Given he has done that I'm not too hung up on it personally, but it remains to be seen how my boss may wish to pursue the matter."
After the Grand Prix, FIA president Jean Todt ordered an investigation into the incident, but it has now revealed in a statement that Vettel had"apologised profusely" in writing to Todt, and also said that the quadruple world champion would "be contacting" Max Verstappen after calling the young Dutchman a "****".
While Vettel will escape with no further punishment, the statement added: "In the event of any future incident similar to the one that occurred in Mexico, disciplinary action will be taken by bringing such incident before the FIA international tribunal to be judged."
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