Jak Crawford has been served with a grid-drop penalty following his last-lap collision with Ido Cohen in today’s Race 1 at Budapest.
The American attempted a late move into a closing gap on the Carlin Buzz driver at Turn 1, but locked the front wheels and momentarily lost control, causing him to crash into Cohen.
After reviewing video evidence, the Stewards determined that the Hitech Grand Prix driver was solely responsible for the accident, which forced the Israeli to retire.
Crawford will serve the five-place grid drop later this afternoon in Race 2, which takes at 5.55pm local time. The American finished the race in 26th, but will now start from the back of the grid.