After a miserable race at the Red Bull Ring, Ferrari has canceled its press call after the race. The media sessions after the race involving team manager Mattia Binotto, Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have been canceled.
The announcement follows reports of Sebastian Vettel allegedly leaving the pasture after his crash with Charles Leclerc.
A race to forget about Ferrari
It would not be an exaggeration to say that Scuderia Ferrari is in foam right now. After an event that can only be summed up as “top Ferrari”, the team is in serious trouble.
For those who missed the race, Ferrari’s Styrian Grand Prix lasted 2 laps before both cars were lauded for good.
At the opening stage, Charles Leclerc tried an optimistic dive bomb on Sebastian Vettel at turn 3. The gap was never there and Leclerc would always beat Vettel.
Surprisingly, Monegasque launched the car over the curb and into Sebastian Vettel̵
The end result was 2 red cars that did not end the race and Ferrari’s worst nightmare. After the incident, Leclerc blamed the crash and apologized to his teammate and Scuderia.
The 22-year-old was particularly hard on himself, but in this case there was really no one else to blame.
Vettel leaves the Red Bull ring
According to F1 Insider.com, Sebastian Vettel left the circuit shortly after his crash. The German gave some interviews after the incident and seemed to have left the Red Bull ring.
After two disastrous results in quick succession, Vettel may need a short break from the team he leaves at the end of the year.
After another difficult race, Ferrari has suspended its media commitments after the race. The exact cause of Scuderia’s sudden cancellation remains unknown.
However, a lucky guess would suggest that it has something to do with the outcome of the race.
By responding to the Vettel-Leclerc incident, Mattia Binotto maintained a neutral view. The Italian pointed no fingers or shifted the blame against a certain driver.
“I think it’s not time to look for responsibility or accuse, it’s time to work united. At home, we have the right people to move forward as soon as possible,Sa Binotto.
Ferrari desperately needs some form of positivity at a time when the team seems fragile on several levels.
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