Alexander Albon will not take part in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix after suffering a huge shunt in third practice. Toro Rosso have opted to change the Thai driver's chassis rather than attempt repairs, meaning he will start Sunday's race last.
Albon was sent into the barriers after spinning out of the final corner at the Shanghai International Circuit, bringing out red flags and ultimately ending the session early.
He was able to walk away from the scene unaided, and was given the all clear from doctors after being taken to the medical centre for precautionary checks.
He will be a spectator in qualifying, however, with Toro Rosso wasting little time in getting to work fixing his car.