Yuki Tsunoda issued an apology following the collision he had with his teammate Pierre Gasly during the British GP.
AlphaTauri drivers came together at Village when Tsunoda was trying to overtake Gasly. The Frenchman retired from the race later on, while the Japanese driver finished 14th. Furthermore, debris from the incident was run over by Max Verstappen. It damaged the Dutchman’s car and affected his race as well.
After the race, Tsunoda apologized on social media. He also showed his support to Guanyu Zhou and Alexander Albon, who had to be taken for medical checks after the lap 1 pile-up
“First of all, [I am] really glad Zhou and Alex are ok,” Tsunoda said.
“About the collision with Pierre today [on Sunday], huge apologies to my team, people in the factory, fans, and especially Pierre. That was completely my mistake.
“I’ll be back stronger in Austria.”