Ferrari have submitted their intention to appeal the five-second time penalty which ultimately cost Sebastian Vettel victory of the Canadian Grand Prix and handed it to Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari have 96 hours to follow up on their intent, after Vettel was punished for re-entering the track unsafely in Sunday's race.
Vettel ran wide at Turn 4, swerving onto the grass and then back onto the track, before finally recollecting his car.
Hamilton had to jab on the brakes to avoid a collision, and complained that Vettel was guilty of re-joining unsafely.
Vettel showed his anger by putting the P2 sign that should have been in front of his car in front of Hamilton's instead, while calling the stewards "blind".
The German led much of the race, having secured pole position and Ferrari clearly felt aggrieved, with team principal Mattia Binotto defiantly declaring: "We won."
And now we face a wait to see of the Scuderia will pursue a result they believe is theirs.