They’ll speak with the chairman of the drivers’ association.
So far, the 2021 Formula One season has been a thrilling one, with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen engaged in a tight title battle. They’ve already collided on the track due to the proximity, therefore a strategy is being developed to prevent a serious incident.
After colliding at the British Grand Prix and the Italian Grand Prix, Alex Wurz, the chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association, believes they will crash again. He intends to speak with both and urge them to do their best to ride on the asphalt for the remainder of the campaign.
“I think it’s very likely [that they’ll crash again], to be honest,” Wurz.
“Both have to mark their territory. That’s sport. If you watch boxing, football, handball, whatever there is, then when two greats are coming together, those things happen.
“There will be a conversation, but you have to separate yourself from being in the car and making such decisions.
“Outside the car I talk to both and they talk to each other, and they have great respect for each other, which is really nice to see.
“But on the other side, on the track it’s, ‘hey, we are here to fight, we are here to win the Formula 1 world championship’. It’s one of the most prestigious titles you can have in the world of sport.
“They have to fight, it’s part of the game. Hopefully it’s with the respect they need for their own team and their own results, and not only for each other, because to finish first you have to finish, so they can’t afford too many crashes.”
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