Former Formula 1 racer Ralf Schumacher thinks Sebastian Vettel bears more of the blame for the collision of the two Ferrari cars in Brazil, but points out that Ferrari can care more about the relationship between its racers than losing points.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc star in 66. lapsed into a race circuit that ended in the collision and resignation of both red cars.
When asked if he felt he had moved too far to the left when crossing, Vettel replied: “No. I drove straight. “
Nevertheless, Ralf Schumacher attributes much of the blame to his countryman.
“If you had to look for the culprit, this would logically be Sebastian. He tried to close the line a bit to the next bend, but then came the attain of the collision, which is not so important after all. Ferrari should be more concerned with the relationships between its two drivers, which are clearly deteriorating. “