Williams have been fined $25,000 (£20,000) for a breach of Components 1’s value cap rules.
The staff missed the 31 March 2022 deadline to submit its 2021 accounts and are the primary to be punished below the cap since its introduction final yr.
Williams had knowledgeable rule makers of the issue forward of time, the FIA stated.
The cap has been diminished to $140m this yr from $145m (£114m) in 2021.
The price cap was created to restrict how a lot an F1 staff can spend throughout a calendar yr with a view to compete.
Williams have been discovered to have dedicated a “procedural breach” of the foundations and needed to bear the prices incurred by the fee cap directors in addition to the high-quality.
The event comes as groups struggle for a rise in the fee cap this season, which is able to go down once more to $135m in 2023.
However various main groups have argued that international inflationary pressures imply they need to be given a consultant enhance.
Purple Bull staff principal Christian Horner has stated some groups might need to miss a number of races later in the season if governing physique the FIA doesn’t grant the concession.
Nevertheless, different groups have rejected the thought, with Alpine arguing that these struggling to fulfill the cap ought to merely spend much less cash on improvement.
Ferrari staff boss Mattia Binotto stated ultimately month’s Monaco Grand Prix: “I am fairly positive that at some stage we are going to go over.
“Within the rules, there’s a threshold, which is at 5%. If you don’t exceed the 5%, on the highest of what is the funds cap threshold, it is going to be thought of a minor breach.
“And what’s a minor breach in case of pressure majeure? What’s going to the stewards and the FIA resolve on that, when it comes to penalties?
“No concept – however I do not assume there may be any manner for us – and for a lot of groups – merely to remain inside, and even laying-off individuals, I do not assume that is and proper selection.”
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff stated: “Having a raging conflict within the Ukraine and the results it had on vitality costs shouldn’t be one thing that might be foreseen and there must be some type compromise between the groups who’re in opposition to an inflationary adjustment and people who are for it.”
Alpine staff principal Otmar Szafnauer stated: “Most groups do their budgets in November, December timeframe, for the next yr and we aren’t any totally different. And at the moment, inflation was already at 7+%. RPI in England was 7.1, 7.2%.
“We took that into consideration after we did our budgets and laid out all the event work that we have been going to do. And we’re nonetheless inside it, regardless that freight was slightly bit costlier than we thought. And we plan to be there on the finish of the yr. And we’ll modify the event accordingly.”
Alfa Romeo’s Frederic Vasseur added: “If we have now some enhance on vitality or freight, one of the best resolution is to modify off the wind tunnel to cease bringing updates each single weekend.”