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Vettel and Leclerc won 1-2 for Ferrari in Singapore GP 2019

Vettel and Leclerc won 1-2 for Ferrari in Singapore GP 2019

Charles Leclerc believes he has been treated unfairly when Ferrari's pit stop strategy helped Sebastian Vettel end his thirst for victory in Singapore.

Right from the start, Charles Leclerc quickly took the lead and kept up the pace. He was about to clinch his third straight victory until teammate Vettel took first place at Marina Bay Street.

After 20 laps, Ferrari put Vettel in the pit before the 21-year-old driver and when he left the pit, he lost the lead. This victory ended the thirst for victory for more than a year by the German racer, who won the final victory in Belgium on August 2018.

Meanwhile, Mercedes, with adventurous tactics, could not help Lewis Hamilton to the podium. He got into the pit later and couldn't catch up with the three drivers led by the Ferrari duo and Red Bull's Max Verstappen driver.

Incidents from George Russell and Romain Grosjean twice forced the safety car to be deployed before the collision between Kimi Raikkonen and Daniil Kvyat again caused the race to stall.

Eventually, Leclerc lost his lead to the team and Verstappen held Hamilton to the final podium.