Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the back of the grid because of an engine-related penalty.
The Finn will have a new engine for the 2019 finale after an oil leak brought an early end to his race in Brazil.
Mercedes said his car would have a new internal combustion engine, turbo and MGU-H, the part of the hybrid system that recovers energy from the turbo.
That takes him over the permitted number of engine parts for a season.
The 30-year-old, who announced on Thursday that he had separated from his wife “because of the challenges of my career”, faces a penalty amounting to 20 places on the grid – anything more than 15 and the regulations dictate a start from the back.
Reports By Andrew Benson / BBC Sport