Inevitable. Disappointing. "Silly". How you viewed the race-ending crash between the two Ferrari drivers in the Brazilian Grand Prix depends on where you were watching from.
Outside the team, it felt like something that has been brewing since the very first race of 2019, when Charles Leclerc was ordered not to attack Sebastian Vettel late on. In the car, it was anger-inducing and definitely the fault of the other driver's belligerence - according to both sides. From the pitwall, team principal Mattia Binotto's perspective, it was just..."silly".
Put two alpha drivers in the same team, and they will come to blows. It is inevitable given egos are big and stakes run high. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are the obvious example. Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo too. But neither of those partnerships, and none since Hamilton and Fernando Alonso at McLaren, produced the explosive Vettel-Leclerc dynamic that Ferrari is contending with.