FIA take decision regarding Leclerc-Vettel accident during Brazilian Grand Prix

17-11-2019 20:56
by Nicolás Quarles van Ufford
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FIA take decision regarding Leclerc-Vettel accident during Brazilian Grand Prix

The FIA have decided to not take any further action following the collision between Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, as the duo took each other out on the back straight at Interlagos as they both suffered punctures when they touched.

Coming out of the Senna esses, Leclerc overtook the other SF90 around the outside but had the lesse run coming onto the back straight. Vettel, with DRS, pulled alongside on the outside heading into the braking zone.

Then, the German seemingly nudged left and the two cars touched, both suffering a puncture and retiring.

Although no fingers were pointed after the race by either driver, the FIA investigated the situation to potentially give Vettel a penalty post-race, but they opted not to give the four-time champion any punishment.

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