Charles Leclerc has taken the blame for the collision with Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix that forced both drivers to retire.
Leclerc ran into the rear of Vettel after trying to pass up the inside of his team-mate at Turn 3 on the opening lap of Sunday’s race at the Red Bull Ring.
The collision left Vettel with damage that ended his race immediately, while Leclerc was instructed to retire four laps later due to a broken floor on his Ferrari SF1000 car.

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