Sauber strife

Motor Sport News - - Racing News -

Sauber head Mon­isha Kal­tenborn has blasted both of her driv­ers af­ter their “un­ac­cept­able” col­li­sion in Monaco. Felipe Nasr opted to ig­nore a call from the team ask­ing him to move aside for Mar­cus Eric­s­son. Eric­s­son then tried to pass Nasr any­way at Ras­casse, only to col­lide with the sis­ter car and earn a three­place grid penalty for Canada. “Both were in the wrong,” said Kal­tenborn. “It’s about a team and there are many peo­ple who are work­ing very hard for us to se­cure a point, to show a good per­for­mance, and the two young men have to be aware of their re­spon­si­bil­ity and I’m sure they are.”

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