Both Caterham and both Marussia drivers reprimanded 6 October, 2013 Both Marussia cars and Caterham cars are released during the safety car period during the Korean GP Caterham duo Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde and Marussia pair Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton have been reprimanded by race stewards, after an incident packed Korean GP. Bianchi and Pic were reprimanded for failing to respond to yellow flags, while Van der Garde and Chilton were reprimanded for lapping too quickly while the Safety Car was out on track. Bianchi and Pic now face compulsory ten place grid penalties in Japan next Sunday, as both have collected three reprimands so far this season. The stewards decided to take no action against either McLaren’s Sergio Perez or Force India’s Adrian Sutil, who were also the subject of investigations for incidents they were involved in during the race. Perez was investigated on suspicion of forcing Force India’s Paul di Resta off track as well as for a tangle with Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, in a separate incident. Sutil was also investigated for his role in a collision with Mark Webber which caused the Red Bull driver to retire from the race. (GP247) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsSmallest teams write explosive letter to F1 power brokersCaterham drivers report from the Korean Grand PrixBianchi gets grid penalty for impeding Di Resta in qualifyingMarussia: We have found the car balance tricky to get rightCaterham: We are looking forward to the raceCaterham reports from day one in KoreaMarussia previews the Korean Grand PrixCaterham does one race deal with Renault Samsung Motors for KoreaCaterham explain why Marussia merger made no senseMarussia confirms Caterham merger talks collapsed MightyK Who ?? Ranger Steve Laughable. Empee So basically, Caterham and Marussia are guaranteed last and next-to-last qualifying in Japan? Definitely in the running for biggest non-story of the season.