Max Verstappen has been cleared of any wrongdoing following an incident involving Kevin Magnussen during qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix. Verstappen, who had secured pole position in a qualifying session marred by track limit penalties, had been called to see the stewards after allegedly impeding Magnussen. However, after reviewing the incident and speaking to both drivers, the stewards determined that no further action was necessary. Verstappen had reportedly done his best to get out of Magnussen’s way, while Magnussen himself had a less than ideal run through Turn 1. The stewards’ decision means that Verstappen will start from pole position for the race on Sunday, with Ferrari‘s Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz behind him on the grid.