Paul di Resta has billed Sunday's retirement from the Italian GP as "one of those things" but admits "gutted" at another race out of the points.
The Force India driver has not scored a single World Championship point since June's British GP and his dismal run continued at Monza.
Fighting for every inch of track space at the start, the Scottish driver locked up and went into the back of Lotus' Romain Grosjean.
The impact broke di Resta's left-front wheel and sent him into an early retirement for which he was later reprimanded by stewards who felt he was responsible.
"It was one of those things," lamented the Scot.
"I lost sight of the corner because of the...
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