Pascal Wehrlein, Valtteri Bottas, Daniil Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson have all picked up post-race penalties after incidents during the 2016 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix.
Wehrlein was given two 10-second time penalties and four penalty points on his license for ignoring blue flags and not staying above the Virtual Safety Car time.
The stewards deemed the Manor driver had impeded other cars during the Monaco GP and found he did not stay above the set time required during the VSC.
Bottas collided with Esteban Gutierrez on the final lap of the race and the stewards decided he was at fault, giving him a 10-second time penalty and two points on his license.
Meanwhile Kvyat crashed into Kevin Magnussen mid-way through the Monaco GP at Rascasse and was handed two penalty points – meaning he has seven in total – and a three-place grid drop for the next round in Canada.
Ericsson was given the same set of penalties as Kvyat, meaning he has six points for the 12-month period, after crashing into his team-mate Felipe Nasr at Rascasse in the second half of the race.