Haas Formula 1 pilot Romain Grosjean received a three-place grid penalty for Monaco after winning the first round of the Spanish GP.
Grosjean lost control of the car in the third turn of the first tuning GP of the Spanish GP and was thrown into the back of the pilot by spinning.
Many names managed to escape from Grosjean. But Nico Hulkenberg and Pierre Gasly could not escape, and both pilots struck Haas and were out of the race.
Race referees, including former F1 driver Derek Warwick, gave Grosjean three grid points and two penalties for this.
According to the referees, Grosjean made the wrong decision to manage the spins correctly and moved dangerously towards the track. The situation was such that the accident was inevitable.
So Grosjean will start three rounds to Monaco, where the qualifying tour is important.
Grosjean, however, said he could do nothing to avoid colliding before the punishment.
"I do not think there is much I can do," Grosjean said.
"I'm just trying to get the car back and face the others, a very normal human reflex."
"For example, Rosberg did this before in 2016 and Schumacher in 2010." said.
However, Hulkenberg said, "It looks like he likes to spin a lot of spots the weekend, but everyone's first round here is not the best time to do it.
Gasly agrees that Grosjean can brake and behave differently.
"I was totally on the side and I could not see much because of the smoke, I saw that you just stopped at the moment but there was no place to go in. I tried to turn the steering, but the effect is great."