Brawn wants Ferrari driv­ers to ac­cept blame

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One of Ferrari driv­ers Se­bas­tian Vet­tel and Charles Le­clerc should take a leaf out of Lewis Hamil­ton’s book and ac­cept blame for the Brazil­ian Grand Prix col­li­sion, ac­cord­ing to the Ital­ian team’s for­mer tech­ni­cal di­rec­tor Ross Brawn. Hamil­ton col­lided on the penul­ti­mate lap with Red Bull’s Alexan­der Al­bon and im­me­di­ately recog­nised he was at fault. The Bri­ton’s ac­tion re­sulted in a fivesec­ond penalty and de­mo­tion from third place to sev­enth. “I wouldn’t want to ven­ture an opin­ion on who was most at fault,” Brawn said. “But maybe it would be good if one of them will fol­low Hamil­ton’s ex­am­ple and ad­mit cul­pa­bil­ity, as the cham­pion did re­gard­ing his clash with Al­bon.”

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