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'Ferrari strategy team constantly drunk' - Fans baffled by Leclerc tactics

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'Ferrari strategy team constantly drunk' - Fans baffled by Leclerc tactics

'Ferrari strategy team constantly drunk' - Fans baffled by Leclerc tactics

Ferrari fans were left outraged after their team's strategy meant Charles Leclerc only finished fourth at the British Grand Prix.

Scuderia supporters believed Leclerc had a chance to win the race and close the gap at the top of the drivers' championship, but the team decided against pitting the Monégasque when the safety car came out with 12 laps remaining.

Even during the race, fans were disappointed as both Ferraris were ahead of Lewis Hamilton, but despite Carlos Sainz his maiden F1 race, Leclerc missed out on the podium.

Ferrari has moved closer to Red Bull in the constructors' championship but is still 63 points adrift, while Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez remain first and second in the drivers' standings respectively.

Given the result for Leclerc, some supporters failed to hold back on Twitter, calling the "absolutely useless" and even worse.

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