Considering the fact that Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc qualified P12 and P14 for the Turkish Grand Prix and crossed the line third and fourth, you would expect both drivers to be thrilled with their performance.
However, Leclerc was furious as he made a mistake at the very end of the race which cost him a podium and allowed Vettel to finish ahead of him.
While battling Sergio Perez for P2 on the last lap, he locked up into the final complex of corners after just overtaking the Mexican and ran wide, dropping him down to fourth.
As he crossed the line, his race engineer congratulated him on his strong drive, but Leclerc was evidently unhappy with the result.
“No, I did a s*** job, I did a s*** job. I did a s*** job, I did a s*** job,” Leclerc said.
Continuing, he said: “I did a f****** s*** job” before being urged by a member of the team to calm down in Italian.
He then apologised to the team for failing to capitalise on the circumstances and snatch P2 from Perez.
“I am f****** stupid,” he added.
Meanwhile, Vettel was happy to claim his first podium of 2020 despite Ferrari costing him several seconds at one of his pitstops.
The outgoing Ferrari driver was also voted Driver of the Day by fans.
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