Red Bull Racing has worked through the night to entirely rebuild Daniil Kvyat's heavily damaged RB11 following his massive crash during qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.

The Russian got out of shape coming into the fast turn ten kink heading into the hairpin, spinning off onto the grass and striking the barrier hard enough to roll over.

Though the man himself was unhurt in the frightening looking incident, having been granted approval by FIA technical delegate Jo Bauer to replace the RB11's survival cell, Kvyat was always destined to start from the pit-lane as a result.

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As a result, Red Bull has taken the opportunity to fit new components to the car, with a new engine, turbocharger, MGU-H, MGU-K and gearbox being installed, with no grid penalty as a result.