Ferrari’s Right of Review request into Carlos Sainz’s Australian Grand Prix penalty will be heard on Tuesday.
Sainz received a five-second time penalty at the final standing restart after he was judged to have tipped Fernando Alonso into a spin at Turn 1.
The race was suspended due to a litany of incidents and Sainz was repositioned into fourth place.
However due to the small time gaps when the race finished Sainz was relegated outside of the top 10.
In the aftermath Ferrari boss Frederic Vasseur outlined that the squad had lodged a right to review as per Formula 1’s regulations.
In a right to review request teams must present a significant and relevant new element that was not available to stewards at the time.
If it is deemed that such criteria has been met then a new hearing will be held to discuss the original penalty.
A virtual hearing to determine the validity of the right of review, involving the Australian GP stewards, will be held at 08:00 CET on Tuesday (April 18).
Sainz, along with a Ferrari team representative, will be required to attend the hearing.