According to reports, as the mother-of-two sauntered through the bustling grid, Sky Sports reporter Martin Brundle approached her for an interview, but was rebuffed.
After spotting the unlikely attendee, Martin enquired: 'Mariah, may I have a word for Sky TV?
“I’m just going to do my talking on the track, that’s most important for me,” he said. We’re grown-ups and people expect us to race and use our elbows, that’s what they want.
Maybe if are going down the road in your road car and you put your hand out the window and you do this, you might swerve to the right. We’ve been racing for years, we just don’t do that.” Where Schumacher’s behaviour often betrayed a streak of ruthlessness, Vettel’s on occasion is petulant, and Sunday’s move perhaps illustrated the pressure he was under on a tough weekend for Ferrari.
There were allegations that part of the reason for their worst qualifying performance of the year in comparison with Mercedes may have been due to the FIA tightening up on some engine regulations, notably the one which precludes the use of some additives in the lubricating oil which can also act as fuel to create more power.
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