Kimi Raikkonen will take a five-place Formula 1 grid penalty into Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix after Ferrari changed his car's gearbox after damage sustained in practice.
Raikkonen crashed at Degner 2 during final practice at Suzuka, bringing out the red-flag just over halfway through the one-hour session.
The rear of his Ferrari got away from him mid-corner and Raikkonen couldn't gather it up before he hit the barriers, damaging the left side of his car.
Once the car was returned to the garage, Ferrari inspected the unit and decided to change it ahead of qualifying later.
Rules dictate gearboxes must last six consecutive events, with a driver incurring a five-place grid drop for an early change.
The only exceptions to these rules are for non-starters and non-finishers (for technical reasons) of the previous race, neither of which apply in Raikkonen's case.