Max Verstappen crashed out of the British Grand Prix on the first lap after a stunning collision with title rival Lewis Hamilton.
It had been a dazzling start to the race with the front-row pair going neck-and-neck in the opening corners.
They came close to making contact earlier on the lap before they finally did so at Copse Corner, Hamilton looking to overtake Formula One championship leader Verstappen on the inside but clipping the Red Bull driver's right rear wheel.
The tyre came flying off and Verstappen's car went crashing across the gravel and into the barriers at high speed.
Verstappen was able to walk away from the incident without any serious injury, but was said by team boss Christian Horner to be "massively winded".
Hamilton reported damage to his Mercedes car over the radio to his team, and told them: "I was ahead going in there, man. He turned in on me, man."
The result was that the race was red-flagged to allow for repairs to be carried out to the barriers, meaning it would have to re-start.