Charles Leclerc admitted he might adapt his driving style based on the outcome of the Verstappen/Hamilton incident.

Details:

  • The FIA is reviewing the Verstappen/Hamilton incident from the Brazilian Grand Prix in which both drivers went off the track.
  • Leclerc admitted he might adapt his style based on the decision of the FIA, and says he’s done it in the past.

What he said:

  • “You always need to adapt to every situation, every decision the stewards are doing,” Leclerc was quoted by Motorsport.com ahead of this weekend’s Qatar Grand Prix.
  • “As soon as I knew that it wasn’t a penalty for Max in Austria, I came to [the next race at] Silverstone and I changed my driving.”
  • “I think that’s a bit the same for every driver, we will always try to race at the limits of what we’re allowed to do. And that’s what I will do if in case these things are allowed.”
  • “Austria it was a bit of a different situation again, and after that we could race a bit harder, which I think was good for F1, for the show.”

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