Lewis Williamson has been dropped from third to ninth on the grid for the first race of the GP3 season after receiving two penalties in qualifying.
The MW Arden driver was briefly in pole position during Saturday morning's session, before Tom Dillmann and Alexander Sims bumped him down to the second row.
However, Williamson was called to see the stewards after the session, and was penalised for crossing the white line on the pit exit. As he committed the offense twice, he was given two three-place grid penalties for the first race of the weekend.
Fellow Briton Nick Yelloly was also found guilty of making the same error, and his three-place penalty drops him to 22nd on the grid for race one.