David Coulthard is to be moved back five places on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix as the result of a gearbox change required after his qualifying crash.
The Red Bull Racing driver suffered a high-speed accident on the entry to the chicane after the tunnel - when his car snapped right as it crested the brow in the braking zone.
The RB4 clattered the wall, losing a wheel in the process, and Coulthard spun down the escape road before hitting the barriers at the end. Although banging his elbow in the crash, Coulthard escaped any serious injury and has been passed fit to race.
However, the damage to his car was sufficient for him to require a new gearbox - which means he will be moved back five places from the 10th place he secured in qualifying.
Coulthard is the third driver to be hit with a gearbox penalty - with Scuderia Toro Rosso's Sebastian Vettel and Force India's Giancarlo Fisichella also being given five place penalties.
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