Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has been summoned to Formula 1 stewards for driving in an unsafe condition following the Mexico City Grand Prix crash with Sergio Perez.
At Turn 1, Perez attempted to drive around the outside of pole-sitter Leclerc, but the Ferrari was pinched with Max Verstappen on his outside.
Perez was tipped into the air, suffering severe damage to the floor and sidepod on the right-hand side of his RB19.
The front left endplate of the front-wing became loose and was flapping before detaching on Lap 5, leading to a brief Virtual Safety Car.
With Leclerc continuing, the stewards felt this was a breach of Article 3.2 of the Sporting Regulations - the competitor ensuring that the car complies with safety criteria.
In the verdict, the stewards cleared Leclerc - using a precedent set in 2022.