What Titch said.
Apart from the obvious one, where the offending driver wasn't even investigated, how on earth was a 5s penalty sufficient for the recklessness shown by Ferrari?
The four car scrap at the end and Bottas' result redeemed things somewhat, but still a 6.
Not to mention the other drivers teabagyokel .
Also, for such a clear misdemeanor the stewards took far too long to announce the penalty. Alonso would have lost more places had it been given more promptly.
I think it's part of this year's new policy of leniency towards the driver when the team is at fault, the same policy that means the driver no longer gets a penalty for unsafe release in the pit-lane.
So the team might yet get hit with some sort of punishment.