Daniil Kvyat was involved in a first-lap crash for the second week in a row at the British GP – but this time he collided with Toro Rosso team-mate Carlos Sainz.
The duo were battling for position at the start of the Silverstone race but Kvyat ran wide before rejoining the track, making contact with Sainz as he looked to find a way past.
Both STR11’s span off the road with Kevin Magnussen also sustaining damage on his Haas, but while Sainz was forced to retire, Kvyat, who crashed into Max Verstappen in Austria, was able to continue – albeit at the back of the field.
The collision caused an early Safety Car, but unsurprisingly both young drivers blamed each other. Kvyat was handed a drive-through penalty for ‘rejoining the track unsafely’.
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