FIA unconcerned by F1 driver behaviour in incident-hit Brazilian GP

Fia Race Director Charlie Whiting plays down concerns over F1 driver behaviour despite a clash-filled Brazilian Grand Prix.
The FIA Stewards were kept busy at Interlagos with a number of high-profile incidents, starting with qualifying flashpoints between Sergey Sirotkin and Lewis Hamilton in Q2 followed by Sebastian Vettel breaking the weighbridge in Q3.
“I don’t draw that conclusion,” Charlie Whiting said responding to poor F1 driver behaviour.
Whiting confirmed all drivers have been reminded of their responsibility as F1 drivers representing the sport and as role models to fans and young drivers and backed the FIA Stewards’ calls on each incident.

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