Pol Espargaro and Andrea Iannone have both been sidelined by injuries ahead of qualifying for MotoGP's Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.
Espargaro broke a bone in his left foot in a heavy crash in morning practice. He will still attempt to race on Sunday, but Iannone has withdrawn from the weekend due to elbow pain from an accident on Friday.
Pramac Ducati rider Iannone, already in hip pain from his heavy accident during last weekend's Australian GP, sustained a severe contusion to his left arm when he fell following contact with world champion Marc Marquez at the final corner in Friday's wet second session.
Marquez apologised for the incident, which he put down to a misunderstanding as he had not realised Iannone was on a flying lap.
Race direction evaluated the incident but decided no action was necessary.
Iannone completed a handful of laps in Saturday morning practice before pulling out of the event due to injuries to his left elbow and tricep.
Espargaro's accident came after a piece of glass punctured the radiator in his Tech 3 Yamaha.
Scott Redding attempted to warn Espargaro of a problem with his bike, gesticulating repeatedly at his 2013 Moto2 title rival, but the Spaniard continued and had a violent high-side crash at Turn 1.
Espargaro, whose bike caught fire as it came to rest, was ruled out of practice four and qualifying due to his foot injury.
He will decide whether to try to race on Sunday morning, and is guaranteed 12th on the grid as he earned a Q2 place with his practice times.