On Saturday stewards opted against punishing the Briton but decided to act following an appeal from Red Bull ahead of the race.
Hamilton had qualified in second place to secure a Mercedes front-row lockout with Valtteri Bottas in the season-opener following a lengthy coronavirus-enforced delay.
However, Bottas will now be joined at the head of the field by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, whose team-mate Alexander Albon climbs to fourth, one spot behind McLaren’s Lando Norris.
BREAKING: Stewards have reversed their decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton for failing to slow for yellow flags in qualifying
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