Simon Trummer will start the second Yas Marina GP2 race from the back of the grid after being blamed for a collision during Saturday's opener.
The Arden driver, who was making his first race appearance in a GP2 car, was battling with the Addax car of Jake Rosenzweig for 17th place, but collided with the American in an incident that put both out.
While Trummer was set to start race two from 23rd, stewards decided that he had caused an avoidable collision and gave him a 10-place penalty, dropping him to 26th and last.
Super Nova driver Fabio Onidi, who finished 11th on the road, was awarded a retrospective drive-through penalty for ignoring yellow flags, meaning 20s was added to his race time. The Italian fell to 18th in the results and will start race two there.