Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc quickly dropped out in the Styrian Grand Prix on Sunday. The two Ferrari teammates collided in the first round.
Leclerc's car shot into the air after firing over a curbstone in the inside corner and crashed into the back of Vettel. The German therefore lost his rear wing.
A safety car immediately came onto the track. Leclerc had to enter the pits and then drove a few laps further, but soon also dropped out because of the damage to his car.
Ferrari already has a difficult start to the season due to a lack of speed. Vettel only qualified tenth on the Red Bull Ring on Saturday and Leclerc failed to even make it to Q2. Due to a grid penalty, he had to start fourteenth.
Last week Leclerc was in second place in Austria. Vettel finished only tenth in the opening race.
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