How Ferrari became its own worst enemy

How Ferrari became its own worst enemy

Ferrari lashed out after its Singapore defeat, but it's obvious that it only has itself to blame for the way it's losing grip on the 2018 season

While Lewis Hamilton was basking in the glory of his latest triumph last Sunday night - briefly delaying the start of his post-race media briefing to respond to a congratulatory SMS from Samuel L Jackson - at Ferrari, the disappointment was clear.

Maranello's much-criticised post-race declaration that "boredom was the biggest winner" smacked of the team being a sore loser. This was a weekend when again it had everything in its grasp to produce a thrilling fight for the win if it had got its act together, and it was outsmarted and outclassed by its main rival.

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