HAPPY DAYS: Sebastian Vettel celebrates with Ferrari mechanics after winning the 2015 Singapore GP. Image: AP / Wong Maye E
Singapore - Ferrari was forced to apologise on Sunday (Sept 20) when celebrations got out of hand following the team's victory in the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix.
The team said it would send written apologies after a fracas near the victory podium, after Sebastian Vettel finished first and Kimi Raikkonen third.
According to reports, Ferrari mechanics pushed past security staff, knocking barriers to the floor, to get closer to Vettel.
A team representative was summoned to see stewards later and offered "to send a written unconditional apology to those who were affected", a statement from organisers said.
The first and third result was the best of the season for Ferrari. The team is second in the Constructors' standings behind Mercedes.
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