Sebastian Vettel has crashed during the first wet tyre test of the season. The Ferrari driver was running a mule car at Fiorano when he lost control on the warm up lap and hit the barriers head on. It’s understood Vettel did no damage to himself but the car was deemed too damage to continue the test today. Pirelli has scheduled tests with mule cars run by Ferrari, Mercedes, and Red Bull specifically for developing the wet weather tyres. Due to criticism from the drivers of the blue rimmed tyre last season, the manufacturers have put extra focus on developing the compound this season. Ferrari third driver Antonio Giovinazzi was scheduled to take the wheel tomorrow, but Ferrari may decide to give Vettel a second day due to the early end of today’s test. For more Formula One news and discussions head over to the RaceDepartment Formula One sub forum and join in with your fellow community members. Do you expect the wet weather tyre to be better this season? Do you think the criticism of last season’s compound was fair? Let us know in the comments below!