Ferrari gave Mercedes a team-management lesson

Ferrari gave Mercedes a team-management lesson

OPINION: Though the focus was on Ferrari accidentally upsetting Charles Leclerc in Singapore, it was Mercedes that made the call most damaging to one of its drivers

The Singapore Grand Prix lights were a little too dim for some on the pitwall to think straight, and 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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