McLaren's drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, as well as Red Bull's Mark Webber, have escaped penalties after failing to slow down for yellow flags during the race.
Hamilton, Button, Webber, and Toro Rosso's Jaime Alguersuari were under investigation after not slowing down sufficiently following Heikki Kovalainen's crash.
McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh said the FIA has just given them reprimands, which means the results of the Barcelona race stay unchanged.
"We were able to show that they were slower at that corner than we had been," Whitmarsh said. "The data showed that they had been [slower] but I think the stewards still felt a reprimand was appropriate, but I think they took a sensible view. Anyway, we move on now. We've got to make sure that we stay out of trouble, we do a good job, and it's only a few days before we get to Monaco."
He added: "It was in a part of the circuit where they weren't on throttle anyway. So that was the difficulty. Ordinarily you are having the debate and you can show a lift but when they are off throttle you can't show a lift, can you?"