Endurance race organising body Creventic has issued a one-race ban to the Scuderia Praha team for causing an "avoidable collision" in the Dubai 24 hours.
Matteo Cressoni was leading the race in the 10th hour when his Ferrari 458 Italia collided with the Primus Racing Ginetta G50 driven by Thomas Martinsson, eliminating both cars.
Martinsson was attended to at the scene by medics, before being taken to hospital and released with a reported broken rib.
The Czech team, which was due to race its new Ferrari 488 at the Mugello 12 hour, will now have to wait until the following round of the 24H Series at Zandvoort in May.
"Due to the accident (avoidable collision) during the Hankook 24H Dubai, as well as several incidents in previous races or the 24H Series, organiser Creventic has decided team Scruderia Praha is not to welcome in the next round of the 24H Series, the Hankook 12H Italy-Mugello," the statement read.
"We would like to emphasise our philosophy to offer a platform for amateurs drivers and teams to do their hobby: racing for fun. We expect all competitors to respect our sporting objectives and to adjust driving behaviour accordingly.
"We hope to welcome Scruderia Praha again at the round after Mugello, the Hankook 12H Zandvoort."
The Dubai race was won by the WRT Audi R8 LMS driven by Laurens Vanthoor, Stuart Leonard, Michael Meadows and Alain Ferte.