Sebastian Vettel has been summoned before race stewards in Austria, after allegedly blocking Fernando Alonso during Q2.
The Aston Martin driver was preparing to start a flying lap at the end of Q2, slowly negotiating his way through the final two corners as Alonso approached behind him on a flying lap. Vettel quickly tried to get out of the way and signalled apologetically to Alonso after the incident.
A furious Alonso got on the radio to curse about Vettel, with the German driver radioing in to ask why he hadn't been told about the approaching Alpine driver. According to the latest notes from Race Control, drivers aren't permitted to negotiate the final two corners slowly in an attempt to build a gap ahead due to the blind nature of Turn 9.
As a result, the stewards have summoned both drivers before them, with Alonso and Vettel appearing at 16:50 CET. A grid penalty is highly likely for Vettel, given the apparent nature of the block.
Vettel qualified for the race in eighth place, with Alonso knocked out in 13th.