Kamui Kobayashi has says sorry to his team pit crew after the collision in his first pitstop; he misjudged his braking point at British Grand Prix race, the consequences was several members were taken down, with the front jack man also falling to the floor.
Some mechanics needs medical assistance and a latest report says no one suffered major injuries and all should be in a fit state for the next race for German Grand Prix.
“First of all, the accident at the pit-stop was my fault and I want to apologise to the team,” Kobayashi said.
“Of course I had to push hard for points, but without doubt I braked too late in the pit lane.
“The front wheels locked, I couldn’t control the car and that is how I overshot the pit box. I am terribly sorry that happened and I hope the three mechanics I hit get well soon. Up to that happening, my race was good. I had improved from 17th on the grid to a top ten position and was hoping for points.”
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