Kimi Raikkonen's Portuguese Grand Prix lasted just one lap after running into the back of teammate Antonio Giovinazzi, with the Finn taking full responsibility for the incident.
While all 20 drivers got through the opening lap unscathed, that all changed soon after when the 40-year-old parked his car in the gravel. Replays showed Raikkonen clipping the left rear tyre of Giovinazzi's car which destroyed his front wing, and the Finn revealed he was distracted while checking something on his steering wheel.
"It was my mistake, I was checking something on the steering wheel and switching a button," Raikkonen told Sky Sports. "It didn't look right out of the last corner and I was checking it again, but then I ran into him.
"So it was purely my fault."
As for Giovinazzi, the Italian stated the contact didn't really affect his car though he initially thought he had a flat tyre.
"I felt something, but not much," Giovinazzi told RacingNews365.com and other members of the media. "I was just concerned that I might have a flay tyre, but in the end it was okay.