MotoGP's ruling body, FIM, has declared the behavior of the Spanish GP marshals "safe and appropriate" following a review of their actions after complaints from Casey Stoner.
Honda rider Stoner crashed after being hit by Ducati rival Valentino Rossi, who fell when overtaking the Australian. Stoner complained after the race that the marshals had assisted Rossi but not him to get back into the Jerez event.
FIM had announced earlier this month that it would review the behavior of the marshals. On Friday, the governing body said the Jerez marshals had done nothing wrong, although it has recommended that rules are reviewed in order to improve the situation.
"After reviewing various videos of the incident between Valentino Rossi and Casey Stoner during the race of the Grand Prix of Spain and hearing the explanation from Juan Alvarez, director of the Circuito de Jerez, the race direction has decided that the behavior of the track marshals was safe and appropriate," said FIM in a statement. "The race direction recommends the current rules be reviewed by the Grand Prix Commission in order to study possible solutions that may result in better procedures."