Kimi Raikkonen will take a five-place grid penalty for Formula 1's Italian Grand Prix after heavily crashing his Alfa Romeo in qualifying at Monza.
Raikkonen crashes at the Parabolica during his first run in the final segment of qualifying, triggering a red flag that cost drivers such as Lewis Hamilton a chance to improve their first flying lap times.
The hard rear-end impact means Alfa has been forced to change the gearbox for the Italian GP.
Raikkonen's crash came before he had set a time in Q3, meaning he initially qualified 10th, but is set to start 15th barring any other penalties elsewhere on the grid.
"I paid the price for my mistake, which is a bit of a shame as the car was behaving pretty well," said Raikkonen.
"There is a lot of damage so we have to see where I'll start tomorrow.
"But maybe the weather will help and, in mixed conditions, we can still get a good result. I'll definitely try my best to make up ground in the race."