Romain Grosjean’s miserable Singapore Grand Prix weekend came to an early end after a brake issue prevented the Frenchman from starting the race.
Grosjean was forced to sit out FP1 on Friday thanks an engine issue, leaving him to complete just 14 laps throughout the day.
Matters went from bad to worse on Saturday when Grosjean crashed out of qualifying, damaging his Haas car and requiring a gearbox change.
Haas was handed a penalty for making the change, dropping Grosjean from 15th to 20th on the grid, only for the team to move its driver to the pit lane for the start.
However, Grosjean did not even get that far as a brake-by-wire issue left his Haas car unmanned in the pit garage.
TV footage showed Grosjean taking off his helmet while being calmed down by team principal Guenther Steiner when it was confirmed he could not start the race.
The result extends Grosjean’s run without points, dating back to the Austrian Grand Prix at the beginning of July.