Ferrari Strategy Fails That We'll Never Forget
(turbo-hybrid Era)

Last season,Ferrari came in for some criticism for not just their disappointing form, but also their strategic failures.

They were a part of a few other ones of the turbo-hybrid era some of which are -

Spanish GP

Unclear pit-stop strategy

While most teams went for a two-stop strategy, Ferrari forced Vettel to go 40 laps on soft tires, which wasn't originally planned.

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Bahrain GP

Leg-breaker Pit-Stop Blunder

Ferrari gave the green light to Kimi while the rear tire was being attached. It not only cost him the race, but also broke the mechanic's leg.

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Belgian GP


Although they initially criticised Pirelli, the tire manufacturer firmly laid the blame on Ferrari for keeping Vettel out longer than the expected life of tyre.

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Chinese GP

Leclerc unwillingly lets Seb by

Charles Leclerc wasn't happy when he was told to move for his incoming teammate around lap 11.

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'Clumsy' Vettel costs Charles

However, instead of catching the leader, Lewis Hamilton, Vettel slowed Leclerc down which didn't sit well with him.

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Team orders cost Ferrari

Ultimately, Leclerc's race was compromised because of their driver policy. He conceded 3rd place to Max Verstappen.

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70th Anniversary GP

'You Have Messed Up'

Last season, Ferrari were careless in their strategic calls with Sebastian Vettel. And he let them know at this race.

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Singapore GP

Will the undercut work?

In a bid to overtake Lewis Hamilton for the race lead, Ferrari pitted Vettel before any of his rivals. However...

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Ultrasofts a bad choice

Instead of under-cutting Lewis for the race lead, Vettel ceded 2nd place to Verstappen. It rolled the curtains down on his Title hopes too.

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