Charles Leclerc has said he wanted to gain the “full view” of Ferrari’s strategy decisions in the British Grand Prix before drawing conclusions.

Winner of two of this season’s first three races, Leclerc’s results have fallen away since then and Silverstone was yet another venue where a potential victory eluded him.

Rather than being an engine failure such as in Barcelona and Baku, this was more like Monaco where Leclerc was let down by his team’s strategy.

The 24-year-old had wanted Ferrari to impose orders earlier than they did to move his team-mate Carlos Sainz aside for a faster Leclerc, but the main bone of contention came over whether or not to make a pit-stop for fresh tyres under the Safety Car at three-quarter distance.

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