The most determined speech came from Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin). “ShockedWhen woken up by the morning news, the German announced his intention to boycott the Russian Grand Prix, scheduled for September 25, when asked about the subject.
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“It’s horrible to see what’s going onexplained the quadruple world champion. Obviously, if you look at the calendar, we have a race planned in Russia. If I speak for myself, I think I shouldn’t go so I won’t. I think we shouldn’t drive in this country. I’m really sorry for all those innocent people who die for stupid reasons, because of some weird decisions of a crazy leader.“.
If he confirmed to speak only in his name, he confirmed that the GPDA, an association bringing together all the pilots, could meet to discuss the debate. If Vettel will have been the most offensive, he will not have been the only one to take a stand. Max Verstappen also felt that racing in Russia would not be a good thing: “When a country is at war, it’s not a good thing to run there“.
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