Sauber sacrificed speed for quick DRS fix after Ericsson crash

Ericsson's massive shunt occurred at the start of FP2 when his rear wing's DRS flap did not reattach under braking for the first chicane. He slammed into the wall on the left-hand side of the and was pitched into a series of rolls, before coming to a rest and exiting the car unharmed. His teammate Charles Leclerc suffered the same DRS problems and it took a while for Sauber to rectify the ... ... Keep reading