Hang on a second... I saw the comments involved, after watching the race, and Cooper's comments to Raudsepp weren't probation-worthy in my opinion. It is mentioned that Raudsepp handled the comments in a childlike manner, and from my view - that is without doubt the case.
"Drivers should be willing to accept criticism from fellow competitors and admins without issue. It is a way to know what you need to work on."
So why is it the case the driver giving the criticism gets the same treatment as the guy who can't accept it? That doesn't compute to me at all. Comments like "STFU Then" And such, after a driver points out a flaw, and even states that he won't make a protest are unnecessary. Cooper was mearly stating his point of view.
I don't mean to dive into this on what may appear to be a biased viewpoint, but the whole debacle doesn't lend itself to punishing both involved.