The new kid on the block from Monaco, against the 4 time World Champion from Germany.It will be interesting to see how this rivalry continues for the rest of this season and beyond.
I think it kind of depends on whether he deliberately moved over on Leclerc or not. I have not explored this issue (so many incidences...so little time), but I assume that Vettel did deliberately move on Leclerc as opposed to accidently being blown or bouncing over into him.And yet the FIA found no fault.
I wonder if that's because Vettel was already on 9 penalty points and being found guilty of this would result in a ban (assuming another 3 points were awarded)?
Or is it another example of the leniency shown towards Vettel and Ferrari?
Well, that is what I am pondering....as I am not sure he will stay with Ferrari after 2020, but he certianly won’t be the #2 to Max at Red Bull or the #2 to Hamilton at Mercedes.we come back to this question pre singapore. if we get a repeat of 2019 in 2021. what happens with vettel in 2021 as i assume mercedes red bull or retirement