The consequences after the big noise.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto (50) ordered his two drivers Sebastian Vettel (32) and Charles Leclerc (22) after the accident of his Brazilian colleague from Brazil for a report at the Ferrari factory after Maranello. The interview is scheduled for this week.
Binotto Sunday night local time in the Interlagos paddock: "Today I will not analyze the situation. I believe that facing things now in the midst of the battle can lead to wrong conclusions".
The Ferrari chief continues: "I heard both drivers, but they will come to us to discuss the incident. So there will be enough time for the team to analyze all the videos and data".
On Sunday evening, both drivers left Brazil for the first time to return to Switzerland (Vettel) and France (Leclerc). At the crash, they were explicitly respected only in short television interviews. The usual press conference with drivers and Binotto bosses in parallel rejected Ferrari. First, the internal debate is on.
The ice age after the great accident. And a great task for Mattia Binotto. The skilled Italian: "Whatever our verdict in the end, the most important thing is that we are disappointed. It is a stupidity that should not happen".
Given that its drivers are unlikely to contradict this week's report …