Ferrari youngster Antonio Fuoco says he is angry with himself after making a mistake on his test debut with the squad, which led to him crashing out at Turn 1.
Fuoco lost the rear end of the SF15-T at Turn 1 and spun into the tyre barriers, causing damage to the right hand side of his car.
Despite the crash, Fuoco ended fourth quickest, three-tenths of a second down on pace setter Pascal Wehrlein.
"I am very angry with myself for making a mistake, but getting behind the wheel of a Ferrari has always been my dream and it finally came true," he said.
"All the same, I am pleased with the work I was able to do, gathering useful data for the team, even if the rain affected our programme.
"I would like to thank Ferrari for the opportunity they have given me."