Narain Karthikeyan will get a five-place grid penalty for impeding Michael Schumacher during qualifying for the Indian Grand Prix.
The Indian driver, returning to racing for a one-off with HRT this weekend, was found to have impeded the Mercedes racer during the first qualifying segment.
Schumacher still made it to Q2 though, while Karthikeyan qualified in 22nd position.
He is the fifth driver to be given a grid penalty after Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Vitaly Petrov and Daniel Ricciardo.
"There was too much chatter on the radio and I was on the second flying lap when Michael came up behind me," said the Indian. "I let him through and that was that. They just close the gap so quickly because they are 40 or 50 km/h faster."
They are all set to start ahead of Virgin's Timo Glock, who failed to set a time within the 107 per cent in qualifying.