The Red Bull driver looked away off-stage seemingly to seek permission, before laughing and saying: “They’re not here.” Schiff then brushed off the awkward line of questions, saying: “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”
Martin Brundle jumped to the defence of his Sky Sports colleague Kravitz this week, calling on all parties to come together to find a solution. Brundle tweeted: “For the avoidance of doubt my friend and colleague for the past 26 years @tedkravitz has my full support.
“Face to face dialogue is the only way to sort out issues and disputes in the relentless crucible of the F1 paddock. We all have opinions and different jobs to do, that’s life.”