Commentator and expert on Sky Sports Martin Brandl criticized the actions of Sebastian Vettel at the end of the Grand Prix of Malaysia, when he collided with lance Strolla.
The race Sebastian started from 20th place and finished fourth.
“We have heard from him such words as “get him off the road”, and on Sunday in Malaysia it seemed to him necessary to say the team on the radio “Alonso, I thought you were better than this” after the Spaniard detained him on track – Brundle wrote in his column on the Sky Sports website. – Of course, Fernando is clearly not helping Ferrari, but this speech is funny to hear from a man who intentionally crashed into another car in Baku while following the safety car.
Then he and lance Stroll, who scored points for the sixth time in the last nine races, ran into each other at lap of the race in the pit lane, which led to severe damage to the machine Ferrari.
It all happened because of a lack of concentration when the race is already over. The stewards decided not to punish anyone, but that’s not even supposed to happen.
Moreover, Vettel risked getting a fine for what he took steering wheel from his car and sat on Sauber [Pascal Wehrlein], while next to him humbly waited for the car doctors. Makes no sense to provoke the stewards and test their patience by breaking the rules.
I like live pilots, but I have listed all these things, because they could cost Vettel the title. Sebastian piloting the car great, but his attitude and obscure the action on the track making life tough for him myself.”
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