Vettel explains his spin from Singapore
Sebastian Vettel can continue the race in Singapore after the crash.He turns around a little later.The Ferrari star explains why this happens.
After the spectacular crash before the first corner of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore, Ferrari fans were only allowed to hope for a very short time that at least one of their drivers could reach the finish line.
Sebastian Vettel was hit by team mate Kimi Räikkönen, who had to park his car immediately, but continued the race.However, only a few hundred meters, then came the end for the German.
Vettel no longer had his car under control and turned in front of Lewis Hamilton in the lead.Driving error or accident?The 30-year-old made a statement on Sunday evening.
“I turned around in turn three, but that was because the car had already been damaged,”said Vettel in a Scuderia press release.But the racing team didn’t tell us what was broken in the car.
Probably Vettel’s speedster slipped on his own cooling water, as his left radiator had been damaged by the collision with Raikkonen.