Jean-Eric Vergne will get a 10-place grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix after needing his sixth engine of the 2014 Formula 1 season.
The Toro Rosso driver used his sixth internal combustion engine of the year during qualifying, where he qualified in 11th position, after being hit by problems in final practice.
Vergne just missed the top ten despite completing just eight laps in FP3 and missing FP1 as he was replaced by rookie Max Verstappen.
However, the Frenchman will drop to 20th place on the grid after the engine change.
Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado was hit with a similar penalty after needing his sixth engine of the season after Friday practice.
Maldonado, however, qualified in 17th position, meaning he will carry over a five-place grid penalty to the Russian Grand Prix next weekend.