Ferrari have appealed against the five-second penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.
The German was penalised for rejoining the circuit in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton off the track.
Vettel had made a mistake at Turn Three on lap 48 while under pressure from Hamilton, who said he had to back off to avoid hitting the Ferrari.
Ferrari were unable to give any further details of the grounds for appeal.
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Team boss Mattia Binotto said: “We are not happy. From our perspective, he could have not done anything else and he was even lucky to remain on track.
“No intention in what he did, he was still ahead and he tried to keep his position and simple as that. We disagree with the decision but we all may have our own opinion.”
Vettel said: “It’s not making our sport popular with these kind of decisions. People want to see us race and that was racing. It is a shame when we have all these funny decisions.
“I was trying to survive, to keep the car on track. I came from the grass, the tyres were dirty and I was fighting to get back on line and get control back of the car.
“I don’t know what I can do differently. It is a very short time. I lost the rear on entry. I had to make the correction. I sailed through the grass. I was lucky not to spin, once I regained control I had a look in the mirror and Lewis was right behind me. I was lucky he did not try to go on the inside and just drive past me.”