Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz Jr is set for a 20-place grid penalty at Suzuka for Formula 1's Japanese Grand Prix, having taken on new Renault power unit elements.
Sainz has moved onto his sixth MGU-H, as well as his fifth internal combustion engine and his fifth turbo.
He will incur a 10-place grid drop for using his first sixth element, while he will take another five places for each fifth component usage.
At Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen has taken on his fourth and final ICE, MGU-K, control electronics and energy store, with any further replacements of those parts set to trigger penalties.
Red Bull's Helmut Marko hinted in Malaysia that the Red Bull drivers could also be facing penalties this weekend.