After an embarrassing end to their Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday, Ferrari will soon decide if their drivers - Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc - will race against each other or not. 

Vettel and Leclerc are due to arrive at Ferrari's Maranello headquarters, where they will be asked to explain their incident that took place on lap 66 during Sunday's chaotic race, which was eventually won by Red Bull's Max Verstappen. 

During the final year of being teammates,  Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collided thrice in the season and that forced the Mercedes to alter their rules of engagement. Similarly, Ferrari will have to seek a way to avoid such "silly" behavior from their drivers.

Speaking about Vettel and Leclerc's crash and the aftermath of it, Ferrari Team Principal Mattia Binotto said," We need to sit down and decide where the limits are to make sure these things don’t happen anymore. When we have tried to manage the drivers before we have been criticized. When they are free to fight we have been criticized, too. But we need to clarify what is silly, what is not, and what is the limit. When you have a crash there is no doubt that something has gone wrong."

The damaged car of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel The damaged car of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel Photo: AFP / Carl DE SOUZA

Vettel, who was signed by Ferrari ahead of the 2015 season, earns £36 million ($47 million) per season and was primarily roped in to end the Italian giants' title drought that goes back to 2007. Vettel has failed to challenge for the title even once since his Ferrari move. While, his teammate Leclerc, who is nearly a decade younger to the German, has proved to be more competitive in his maiden season with the team. 

Speaking about Vettel and Leclerc's "supposed ruined" relationship, Binotto added," I am still convinced it is a luxury to have them in the same team because they are both very good drivers and a benchmark for each other."

"What I read or hear, is different from what I see internally with them. They have a good relationship, but certainly what happened on Sunday may not help that," Binotto told Autosport

With final race left this year, Leclerc has already outperformed his four-time world champion teammate, Vettel, with the youngster bagging seven poles and two wins to Vettel's one victory and two poles. There have been several reports that Vettel has not been cooperating with Leclerc, who is set to finish ahead of his more experienced team-mate in the championship unless Vettel bags a win in Abu Dhabi and the Frenchman finishes seventh or lower.