Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc was taken out by Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin just seconds after the Valtteri Bottas went into the back of Norris.
After an investigation by the team’s engineers, it is understood that Charles Leclerc will be down an engine from his penalty-free allocation for the remainder of the 2021 season.
In a statement, Ferrari said: “Examination of the number 16 SF21 carried out yesterday in Maranello, revealed that on top of this, the engine was irreparably damaged and cannot be used again, following the impact from Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin.
“This is a further blow for Scuderia Ferrari and the Monegasque driver.
“This damage has a financial impact and also racing ramifications, given that over the remaining 12 race weekends this season, it is highly likely the team could be obliged to fit a fourth ICE to Charles’ SF21, thus incurring grid penalties.”