Felipe Massa was left lamenting a disastrous race for him in Bahrain after failing to score for the fourth event in a row.
The Ferrari driver, starting from eighth position, finished in a disappointing 14th place after all sorts of problems during the race.
Massa made contact with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen at the first corner, damaging his front wing and having to pit to replace it. On top of that, his telemetry wasn't working and his KERS was also malfunctioning.
The Brazilian admitted there was nothing he could do after such a troubled day.
"Well, I had a big problem during the whole race," Massa told the BBC
after the race.
"My telemetry was not working for the guys in the box (pit), and my KERS as well was not working very well, so I lost the KERS for the start, so I didn't do a great start and I had a big sandwich in the first corner between Rubens and Kimi.
"I lost my front wing there. But I couldn't see it, I just had a big difference in the car behaviour, so I thought the front wing was broken and it really was.
"I came in and changed the front wing but my race was pretty damaged coming in to the pits after two laps. Then I was behind the traffic so I couldn't do so much, to be honest."