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Why Leclerc wasn't the most wronged driver in Singapore
Ferrari scored a 1-2 in Singapore, and it only came after the unexpected result of Sebastian Vettel's undercut, which frustrated Charles Leclerc. But in the pack behind, another team made a different tactical misstep that cost a driver dearly.
The Singapore Grand Prix lights were a little too dim for some on the pitwall to think straight, and as a result Ferrari ended up with a very disgruntled driver taking second in its first 1-2 finish of the year by accidentally reversing its cars' positions with its strategy.
But, actually, the main team-management problem in Singapore happened at Mercedes, rather than Ferrari.
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