F1 News Today: Las Vegas officials warned over compensation as dejected Wolff lambasts Mercedes woes
Ferrari’s team principal, Fred Vasseur, is demanding compensation from the organizers of the Las Vegas Grand Prix due to an incident that caused significant damage to Carlos Sainz’s car during the first practice session. The incident has resulted in substantial financial losses for the team. Vasseur is seeking financial redress from the organizers to cover the costs of repairing the car and any potential impact on the team’s performance in the race. Ferrari believes that the incident was caused by a failure in the track infrastructure, which led to Sainz’s car hitting a barrier.