Spielberg (dpa) - After Ferrari's Formula 1 debacle in Austria, Sebastian Vettel's team boss warned of short-circuit reactions.

"It is not the time for blaming," warned Mattia Binotto after the second Grand Prix of the season in Spielberg. Charles Leclerc had caused a crash in the first round with his stable rival Vettel. As a result, both pilots failed, Leclerc apologized to the German for his mistake.

"It hurts, it really hurts," said Binotto after the false start to the emergency season due to the Corona crisis. "The point here is not to blame someone, but to look ahead." Ferrari has "the right people to make progress."

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