Alonso, Vettel and Magnussen cleared by stewards after qualiftying 15 March, 2014 Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel have all been cleared of wrongdoing after being called in front of race stewards after Qualifying in Australia. Magnussen and Vettel had been summoned for allegedly ignoring yellow flags during the closing stages of the Q2 segment of qualifying when Kimi Raikkonen had spun his Ferrari. However, the stewards found that both drivers had slowed sufficiently and were under control. Alonso had been called before the stewards for possibly impeding Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez during Q1, but having reviewed video evidence and spoken to both drivers the officials were satisfied that no offence was committed. (F1 Media) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsTech Talk: Wings of change in MelbourneFerrari & Lotus smiling, Red Bull & Mercedes baffled, Williams & McLaren messMcLaren apologise to Red Bull and Webber for software glitchRed Bull wary of growing Alonso-Hamilton allianceAlonso-Ferrari split brews as Honda wait in the wingsSilly Season: Alonso to McLaren looks a done dealSilly Season: Alonso and Vettel future uncertainSilly Season: Alonso to McLaren looking likelyMcLaren: Red Bull sent coded messages to RicciardoHonda plan Alonso charm offensive at Suzuka nowhereman And this is news? McLarenfan And so it starts the FIA money machine is ready to claim cash from drivers and teams whenever possible.