http://en.espnf1.com/ferrari/motorsport/story/27629.html Ferrari has avoided further punishment for its actions at the 2010 German Grand Prix, after appearing in front of the FIA's World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) in Paris on Wednesday. On lap 49 at Hockenheim, Ferrari driver Felipe Massa conceded the lead to team-mate Fernando Alonso after receiving a radio message from his engineer Rob Smedley saying: "Fernando is faster than you. Can you confirm you understood that message?" After the race the team was fined $100,000 by the stewards for breaching Article 39.1 of the sporting code, which bans team orders, and Article 151c, which forbids teams bringing the sport into disrepute. However, Reuters has reported that, on leaving the hearing, head of Italian motorsport federation Angelo Sticchi Damiani told reporters Ferrari had escaped further sanctions After the German Grand Prix team boss Stefano Domenicali, who was present in Paris for Wednesday's hearing, insisted the radio communications were purely informative and not instructive. "We gave information to Felipe about what was the situation, because we have already seen in the past that certain situations could not give the best result to the team," he said after the race. "That was the information we wanted to give and we leave the drivers to understand and take notice of it in order to make sure the team, in terms of the global results, gets the best." The governing body has now ordered a review of the regulations, which is an indication that the team orders ban will be amended or scrapped altogether. F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, as well as FIA president Jean Todt, were present for Wednesday's proceedings. Ecclestone refused to comment beyond saying a press release will be issued shortly.