The four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has not shown quite understandable even a few days after his momentous for him starting collision with championship leader Nico Rosberg in Malaysia. A small mistake has been severely punished the Ferrari star said on Thursday referring other things to the arranged by the FIA transfer back to three places on the grid for Sunday’s race at Suzuka.

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The fact that especially the Italian media then went hard with him to court Vettel reportedly left cold. I do not read everything he said with a slight grin on his face. I have read in a year as many team-internal documents I am happy if I even have to read nothing about F1. Looking back on the situation in Malaysia the Mercedes driver had finally tasted victory assured Vettel to act recklessly.

The gap was there, there was no mischief from me he said I had the curve also got but unfortunately, the cars were too slow in front of me so suddenly ran out of my place. However, Rosberg was not at fault he does not have to look in the rearview mirror. While the race for Vettel after the incident had already ended at the first corner after the start, Rosberg was in the meantime to 17th place back: That did really sorry for him that is why I called him and apologized.

For Suzuka Vettel hopes a better race and especially a better outcome for themselves and the Ferrari team. It’s also a bit of rain for Sunday reported since so everything could be in it,” he said. Overall, Ferrari was of course not where we want to be but we want to try everything at least way of fixing the tables in the constructors’ championship again. In the team standings, Ferrari is 46 points behind the second-placed Red Bull with five races remaining only third.

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The four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has not shown quite understandable even a few days after his momentous for him starting collision with championship leader Nico Rosberg in Malaysia. A small mistake has been severely punished the Ferrari star said on Thursday referring other things to the...