Jules Bianchi refused to lash out at his team-mate in the wake of Sunday's double DNF, only saying that he was "disappointed" for Marussia.
After the high that was Monaco where Bianchi scored both his and the team's first World Championship points, Marussia failed to finish in Canada.
Racing for position off the line, Max Chilton crashed into Bianchi, putting both drivers in the barriers and out of the race.
Speaking about his less than one-lap race, Bianchi said: "I got a great start, kept everyone who was behind me behind and then obviously Max and I were racing each other through Turns 2 and 3.
"I braked into Turn 3 and there was an impact, after which I ended up in the wall with a badly damaged car.
"I am disappointed for the whole team because once again we had a strong weekend and it was a race that held so much promise for us, both in terms of the car we had and also how the race ultimately panned out.
"Now we have to move on and give the team a better reward from Austria."