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THE STRATEGIST: Did one split second decision cost Ferrari a 1-2 in Singapore?

Former Aston Martin Head of Race Strategy

Bernie Collins
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SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE - SEPTEMBER 17: Carlos Sainz of Spain driving (55) the Ferrari SF-23 leads

The Singapore Grand Prix finally brought us a winner who wasn’t a Red Bull driver with Ferrari's Carlos Sainz dominating the race from start to finish. He was joined on the podium by Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton – but should it really have been Sainz’s team mate Charles Leclerc on the second step?

What could Ferrari have done differently to seal a 1-2 finish at the Marina Bay night race? Ex-Aston Martin race strategist Bernie Collins delves into the data to see if it could have been an even better night for the Scuderia in Singapore…

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