Sebastian Vettel has taken a defiant stance over the pre-race WeRaceAsOne procedure after being one of four drivers to be reprimanded for not removing his t-shirt before the Hungarian national anthem.
The race director's pre-event procedure dictates that after the WeRaceAsOne moment has concluded, drivers must remove any t-shirts worn for the occasion prior to a national anthem.
Vettel, along with Valtteri Bottas, Carlos Sainz and Lance Stroll, have all been reprimand for failing to follow the procedure.
For all four drivers, the stewards' reports read: "The driver explained that he forgot to take off the WRAO [WeRaceAsOne] t-shirt in time during the national anthem because of the onset of rain."
Vettel's visit to the stewards followed his second podium finish with Aston Martin, finishing second behind eventual winner Esteban Ocon.
Speaking to Sky Sports F1 ahead of the decision by the FIA, Vettel said: "They can do whatever they want to me, I don't care. I will do it again."