McLaren's Carlos Sainz has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Canadian Grand Prix after impeding Toro Rosso's Alexander Albon during Q1.
Albon had allowed Sainz to pass him going into the final chicane whilst the Spaniard was on a hot lap.
Albon then preceded to go onto a hot lap but the British-Thai driver was impeded by Sainz going slower on the racing line into Turns 1 and 2.
Despite the hold-up, both Albon and Sainz made it through the session.
Stewards investigated the incident after qualifying and had found Sainz guilty of holding up the Toro Rosso driver, earning himself a three-place grid penalty.
Sainz will now start the race from 12th on the grid after qualifying ninth, barring any further penalties elsewhere.
He is nonetheless likely to rise one spot given Kevin Magnussen, who qualified 10th, crashed out at the end of Q2, and is set to incur penalties due to the damage sustained to his VF-19.
Sainz's sanction nonetheless means that provisionally Magnussen is to line up ninth, Max Verstappen from 10th and Daniil Kvyat 11th.