Bahrain GP

No further action against Vettel or Perez for FP2 collision

No further action against Vettel or Perez for FP2 collision
FIA Race stewards have not taken any further action against either Sebastian Vettel or Sergio Perez for the pair’s collision during free practice for the Bahrain GP.

Sebastian Vettel involved an incident in the final session of the practice two, suffering a brake trouble on his exit from the pits and having his front wing damaged as Force India’s Sergio Perez cut across him into Turn 1.

The German was not pleased and although he informed Ferrari that – “I was braking for turn one and wanted to let those cars go by then the car stopped decelerating, something broke mechanically on the front right I think,”

Following the session he said: “Then Perez took my front wing off. Unbelievable.”

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