Formula 1 – Aston Martin team boss: Schumacher “overzealous”

The collision between Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel at the GP in Miami continues to heat people up – although the protagonists themselves, like the race commissioners, dismiss the crash as a normal racing accident.

Alone: ​​Vettel’s Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack sees Mick Schumacher as responsible for his star pilot’s zero. After the last safety car phase, Vettel used the tire advantage “to overtake Schumacher and Ocon,” said Krack. “He was in ninth place, which would have meant valuable championship points. Unfortunately, Seb then dropped out through no fault of his own when he met the overzealous Schumacher.”

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This makes it clear who the Luxembourger has identified as the culprit for the accident: the “overzealous” record world champion son.
Aston Martin also made mistakes at the GP in Miami. Krack admits, “Before the race we had a fuel temperature issue that delayed our cars exiting the pits. This meant that both drivers had to start the race from the pit lane.”

Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack hands out against Mick Schumacher.

While Vettel was taken out of the race after Schumacher had successfully caught up, Lance Stroll ended up in eleventh place.

In the World Championship, Aston Martin is penultimate with six points. Only Williams (three points) is even worse. Vettel is 14th (four points from Imola), his teammate Lance Stroll is 17th (two points).

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