‘Horribly exposed’ George Russell was ‘incredibly vulnerable’ in late crash

Mercedes say George Russell was feeling “incredibly vulnerable” after being left “horribly exposed” in his dramatic late crash at the F1 Australian Grand Prix.Russell lost control of his car at Turn 6 and slammed into the barriers on the penultimate lap of the Melbourne race in his pursuit of sixth-placed Fernando Alonso, whose driving was later punished for being “potentially dangerous”.The shunt left Russell’s car on its side in the middle of the track at one of the fastest corners of the Albert Park track, prompting the Mercedes driver to frantically plead for a red flag.“Red, red, red flag,” Russell…

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