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Some Ferrari staff refused to attend Silverstone podium – report

A portion of the Ferrari staff initially refused to attend the Silverstone podium following Carlos Sainz's victory on Sunday, according to a former Scuderia team member. The Spaniard won his first grand prix at the 150th time of asking but it came at the expense of Charles Leclerc who was once again left to question his team's strategy decisions. Three months on from his last win, the 24-year-old saw another victory slip through his fingers when Ferrari refused to allow him to overtake Sainz early on in the race. His misery was then compounded further when the team twice failed to bring him in for fresh tyres during a Safety Car period. Now a report has emerged that a section of the...
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