Formula 1: Vettel with accident in third training

The comeback in the formula 1 cockpit continues for Sebastian Vettel desolate. In the final training to the Grand Prix of Australia, the four-time world champion lost control of his Aston Martin and suggested in the harassment on the back straight into the route limit. The session was over for him prematurely. Later, his teammate Lance was landed in the pouring bed.

Both drivers came from the accidents of Glim timing. “The most important thing is that Seb and Lance is doing well,” said Aston Martin Via Twitter.

After the missed kick-off, Vettel had a lot of catching demand before qualifying (8:00 am Mesz in the Livestick). In the first training on Friday he had to park his car with engine problems prematurely, he missed the second training due to the defect. For the first two season races in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, Vettel had previously been because of a corona infection.

Sebastian Vettel Driving Back to the Pit by a Scooter after F1 Australian GP FP1
Vettel’s accident made in Melbourne on Saturday for a 10-minute interruption of the third training. In this, surprisingly Lando Norris in McLaren (1: 19.117 minutes) ensured the best time. World Cup top rider Charles Leclec (+ 0.132 minutes) was second in Ferrari.

World Champion Max Stapen in the Red Bull missed the possibility of a last fast round after the stroll accident and was seventh (+ 0.692) before record champion Lewis Hamilton in Mercedes (+ 0.779). Haas Pilot Mick Schumacher (+ 1,575) occupied the 14th place.

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There was a change in advance on the retreaded course in Albert Park. One of the DRS zones on the elongated back straight line was painted for safety reasons, the zone is affected before curve nine. This reduced the number of DRS zones to three.

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