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Ferrari staff hold ‘ugly’ protest after Carlos Sainz's victory at British GP

Reports have begun circulating from a former Ferrari press officer that several team members initially refused to participate in Carlos Sainz’s victory celebrations in Silverstone. The Scuderia strategists were once again the talking point for all the wrong reasons at the British Grand Prix when they decided not to pit Charles Leclerc under a late Safety Car while he was leading. They did pit second-placed Sainz onto fresh Softs, and the Spaniard dispatched his team-mate late on in Silverstone, with the 24-year-old running old Hards. Sergio Perez and Sir Lewis Hamilton then used their fresh tyres to clear the Monegasque, and what looked an almost certain victory turned into a...
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