Enthusiasts Last starting place: Vettel cited to the racing commissars

00:05  28 march  2021
00:05  28 march  2021 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Sebastian Vettel says there was little he could do to avoid a Q1 exit in his first qualifying with the Aston Martin Formula 1 team, heaving encountered two separate instances of yellow flags on his decisive laps. With track evolution during the session proving significant, Vettel had to make his last lap Team principal Otmar Szafnauer estimated that Vettel had lost “over four tenths” due to the yellow flags – and he was 0.403s off making Q2 in the end. “It’s a long season, we’ve got a lot of running to do yet,” Szafnauer said. “We’ve got a race to run tomorrow – he’ll be okay, he’s still buoyant about the race

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It's about the scene with Nikita Masepin, who had turned at the end of Q1 in the first curve. Vettel came over his line behind him and got doubled yellow flags because of stranded hair.

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Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel celebrated second place at his home German Grand Prix on Sunday as if it were almost a victory, and with reason. Starting last on the grid, and a year on from crashing out of the lead, the four times world champion confronted more than a few demons and came out smiling even if Max Verstappen was the winner for Red Bull. On a chaotic and rain-hit afternoon of ever-changing fortunes, the race came as a contrast to last year when Vettel had been wrong-footed by a sudden rain shower and skidded off track.

I listended to the radio the last races too, there are maybe 3 radio messages from him to his engineer. But I haven't heard the other drivers team radios, so I don't know if its just Seb. It might have to do with the FIA investigation starting at Monaco (the whole battery stuff). A race later in Canada both drivers were given an absurd amount instructions similar to that. Turning DDC on and off and on and off etc. After the race Vettel and Kimi were quite annoyed by that since they couldn't focus on the race anymore.

due to this scene and another yellow flag by Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) in curve 8 could not improve his time and ran from . After the session there was an investigation against Vettel, Esteban Ocon (Alpine), Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) and George Russell (Williams) for ignoring the yellow flags in curve 8, but all four spoke.

Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin AMR21 © Motorsport.com Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin AMR21

Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin Amr21

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On Saturday evening, another study was initiated against Vettel because he disregarded the yellow flags in Kurve 1 should.

A look at the data shows: Vettel had driven a personal best in the first of 23 minisectors, in the two subsequent even absolute best time and then another personal best time before his time became slower.

The German must appear on Sunday afternoon at 13:30 local time (12:30 clock mesz) at the racing commissioners. If you speak to him guilty, he is expected to start from the last starting place and crashes. At least there, his account is currently empty to overview .

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