Trident’s Dorian Boccolacci and DAMS’ Bruno Baptista have been penalised after incidents in the Silverstone GP3 feature race.

Boccolacci made contact with Red Bull junior Niko Kari when both were fighting for fourth position, allowing Jack Aitken to pass both.

The Frenchman finished ahead of the Finn in fifth but falls to eighth in the results after receiving a five-second time penalty.

This promotes Kari to a career-best fifth, above Haas development driver Arjun Maini and Ferrari academy driver Giuliano Alesi.

Boccolacci now only receives four points but should start the sprint race from pole position.

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Baptista was also analysed by the stewards after committing a virtual safety car offence, being given a drive-through penalty.

This meant that 20 seconds were added to his time post-race, with the Brazilian falling from 12th to 15th in the final classification.

Marcos Siebert, Steijn Schothorst and Tatiana Calderon have all been promoted and will start the sprint one place higher than they previously expected.