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'Whoever did the tyre strategy, you better run' - F1 fans react to Scuderia strategy blunders

'Whoever did the tyre strategy, you better run' - F1 fans react to Scuderia strategy blunders

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'Whoever did the tyre strategy, you better run' - F1 fans react to Scuderia strategy blunders

'Whoever did the tyre strategy, you better run' - F1 fans react to Scuderia strategy blunders

Formula 1 fans were left unimpressed again as Ferrari's strategy once again proved their own undoing.

Slow pit stops and poor tyre strategy affected the impact of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc at the Hungarian Grand Prix, leaving supporters bemused.

Leclerc was put on hard tyres for his second pit stop, which caused him to lose position to championship leader Max Verstappen and call the team on the radio to tell them "F***. These tyres are s***."

Sainz was the victim of two slow pit stops, seeing him lose positions to his rivals despite having briefly led the race.

Former Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson and TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson also weighed in on Ferrari's failings, criticising their team strategy.

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