Two weeks have passed since the controversial and moved
Canadian GP of F-1
and it still resonates the mess he put together Sebastian Vettel
in Montreal, sanctioned for a moot maneuver over Lewis
Hamilton that cost the victory to the German. The pilot of Ferrari has received the solidarity of Charles
Sainz, which was blunt from Paul
Ricard: "I would have done the same as Sebastian."
The maneuver it was not a threat of death for Lewis. It is nobody's fault. The rule is very drastic, everything is white or black "
Asked on the eve of GP of France in Le Castellet for the incident of 15 days ago, the Spaniard was comprehensive with the attitude of the German. "I think that as a fan I would be disappointed. Like every Formula 1 driver, I would have done the same thing Vettel. What if it was dangerous? Possibly, but what is not dangerous in the F-1? ", Reflected the pilot of McLaren.
About him Vettel incident with Hamilton – the German went off track and when he returned he did it with a dangerous maneuver, in the opinion of the commissioners-, Sainz he removed iron to the maneuver and expressed his discrepancy with the regulations of F-1: "That movement it was not a threat of death for Lewis, but I do not understand all the criticisms of the curators either. They only do their work, they have a rule and they applied it. It is nobody's fault. The rule is very drastic, or everything is white or everything is black, "he said at the press conference before the French GP.
I am worried about the continuity of the GP of Spainyes I do not want to lose my Grand Prize. Barcelona has been on the calendar for many years, it is a classic route and it would be a great loss for me "
Sainz also spoke about the continuity of the GP of Spain at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, which is still being negotiated. "I am worriedyes I do not want to lose my Grand Prize. Barcelona has been on the calendar for many years, it is a classic route and it would be a great loss for me, but it does not depend on me, at least not much. It depends on political aspects and money and I have nothing to do with that, "he said.
The F-1 World Championship returns on Friday with the first free practice sessions of the GP of France, 8th test, in the circuit Paul Ricard. Lead the championship Lewis Hamilton with 162 points, 29 more than his partner Valtteri Bottas (133) and 62 more than Sebastian Vettel (100)