Felipe Massa will get a new chassis for the Canadian Grand Prix as his car was too badly damaged in its Monaco crash.
The Brazilian had two heavy impacts at Sainte Devote during the Monte Carlo weekend. A crash in final practice ruled him out of qualifying, and then his race ended with another accident at the same spot.
Although the first incident was put down to driver error, Ferrari diagnosed a suspension issue as the cause of the race crash.
Williams driver Pastor Maldonado also has a new chassis for Montreal. He crashed heavily at Tabac following contact with Max Chilton's Marussia, causing the Monaco GP to be briefly red-flagged.