Jacques Villeneuve is mystified as to how so many of F1’s strategists, said to be “top level”, could get it so horribly wrong at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari can count themselves on that list.
The Scuderia made headlines after the Hungaroring race, not because of a shining moment of glory as it should have been for Charles Leclerc but because of how badly wrong they got his strategy.
The team went for a medium-medium-hard tyre strategy for the Monégasque driver only to realise the hards were not working.
However, you sense if they had been properly watching the race, they would have seen everyone else who tried the hard tyres struggled for pace.