Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto has revealed that he has been looking for assurances from his two drivers that their collision, which happened at a race in Brazil, will not happen again.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc became involved in an incident while fighting for fourth place in the Interlagos race, and Binotto collided with both at the Ferrari base in Maranello after the collision.
At a press conference in Abu Dhabi, Binotto did not want to divulge the details of the talks he had with Vettel and Leclerc.
“There are no answers here,” he said. This is something we discussed within the team.
“They are both very good drivers, they know exactly what to do. What happened was a lot of damage, but it won't happen again. “
Binotto said he was interested in which of the racers was more guilty of the collision:
“Is one driver more guilty than the other? I don't think it matters, since the next time the application may be reversed. Two drivers are fighting, and both can make mistakes. In the end, it is important to make sure that this does not happen again. I don’t think there’s much to discuss. This is something that is between us and we have resolved the matter. “