Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc suffered a horror crash as he went straight into a tyre wall at the Italian Grand Prix.
The Monégasque man confirmed he was fine over the team radio, before the race was red flagged almost immediately.
The incident occurred at the infamous Parabolica turn during lap 25 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
The race was suspended for around 40 minutes as Leclerc's car was moved off the side of the track and the debris was removed, while the tyre wall was also seen to.
Former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer explained that it was a driver error by Leclerc, and not a brake failure.
“It is driver error rather than brake failure for Charles Leclerc, he has got on the power too early as he attempted to attack into the straight out of the corner,” he said on BBC Radio 5 live.
Leclerc underwent a mandatory check up at the medical centre, after which Ferrari confirmed he was in good shape.
It was a nightmare weekend for Ferrari during the home Grand Prix as Sebastien Vettel who crashed out in lap six at turn one due to a brake failure.
Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton and Antonio Giovinazzi were handed 10 second stop-go penalties for entering the pit lane when it was closed.
Mercedes confirmed that they would be taking the penalty within two laps of the race restarting, despite Hamilton's protests.
The Brit, who was leading after the standing start restart, emerged from the pit lane in 17th place.