Nico Hulkenberg and Jolyon Palmer have joined the list of Formula 1 drivers taking engine penalties at the Italian Grand Prix, with new components being fitted to their cars on Saturday.
Hulkenberg is set for a 10-place penalty for running a new MGU-H, while his Renault team-mate Palmer will take a 15-place drop for a new turbocharger and MGU-H.
The changes for the Renault works team come after customer outfit Red Bull has also taken penalties for this weekend.
Max Verstappen, who was originally set for a 15-place penalty, will now move back 20 places after taking a new turbocharger for final practice.
The Dutchman's team-mate Daniel Ricciardo is already moving back 25-places for a change of power unit and a new gearbox this weekend.
Other drivers who are taking penalties are Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz, who is moving back 10 places for a new MGU-H, and McLaren's Fernando Alonso who is to drop 35-places.
It means that there are currently six drivers who will suffer grid penalties.