Kelso, who's debuting at grand prix degree that weekend, was clattered to by Binder following the tiniest exited pit lane throughout Qualifying 1.
The South African succeeded only in falling off his own bicycle, prior to being struck with an official punishment against stewards.
"About 19 June 2020 in 12:48 through the Q1 semester of this Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland you left pitlane, caused contact with another driver leading to a crash and bothered a rider after rejoining," read the official notification of sanction, in a part.
"This contravenes the special instructions given to Moto3 opponents and groups and is deemed reckless thus leading to an undesirable situation that induces unnecessary threat to other competitions.
Kelso, riding as an injury replacement for Maximilian Kofler in the CIP Green Power staff, qualified 24th at the 26-strong grid while Filip Salac chose a maiden pole.