The F1 title race comes down to fine margins and the absence of racing knowledge at Ferrari has been evident as Mercedes has taken control
When Sebastian Vettel poked the nose of his Ferrari alongside the flank of Max Verstappen’s Red Bull as they hurtled into Suzuka’s Spoon corner on the eighth lap of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix, he was doing what racing drivers do. Or so he claimed later.
“If I no longer go for a gap,” he said, “I am no longer a racing driver.”
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