Silence at Ferrari after collision Leclerc: Team suspends all media obligations

13-07-2020 08:41
by GPblog.com
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Silence at Ferrari after collision Leclerc: Team suspends all media obligations

With the realization that they are far too slow in 2020 made the start of the season not great for Ferrari, but with the clash between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel this season start turned into a drama. The silence from the Ferrari camp says a lot.

Both Ferrari's had to start the race somewhere in midfield on Sunday afternoon, with Charles Leclerc even having to come from fourteenth place after a grid penalty. So the Monegask did everything they could to make up for places quickly.

Ferrari does not blame anyone

However, when braking on turn three the young driver was a bit too enthusiastic and steered into a gap on the inside of Vettel which wasn't there. Leclerc steered his car on top of his German teammate and ended the race for both of them.

Team boss Mattia Binotto didn't want to apportion blame afterwards, but he also realized that the whole world had seen who made the mistake here. Probably to avoid uncomfortable questions all media obligations were cancelled on Sunday evening.

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