The Red Bull auto racing driver Daniil Kvyat had to undergo with an incident. Home grand Prix on Sunday was no less than a nightmare for him when he hit twice the back of Vettel within the space of the first three corners.
After the initial clash with Vettel at Turn Two knocked the Ferrari into the Australian, Kvyat was also there on the receiving end of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo's displeasure. Both Red Bull racers were forced to ditch for repairs and plunged out of point’s contention. And was reacting furiously to the smash.
His madness at the start of the Russian Grand Prix would be supposed to cost him his job in 2017.
Kvyat has to meet Red Bull for the apology. Also, the Red Bull driver has made an apology to his team and opponent Sebastian Vettel after crashing into the back of the Ferrari driver, who instead made contact with Australian Daniel Ricciardo in a crazy start to the race in Sochi on Sunday night.
After that crash, he was named as the worst driver in the Russian Grand Prix on the Skysports.com 2016 Russian Grand Prix driver ratings.
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