Ferrari thought about swapping Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix after being surprised to see Leclerc lose his lead because of the team's strategy.
Leclerc controlled the race from pole position but fell behind Vettel when Ferrari brought the German in to pit first.
Vettel's pace on fresh tyres was so much stronger that he jumped Lewis Hamilton and Leclerc, despite his teammate only pitting one lap later.
Leclerc voiced his displeasure during the grand prix after losing the position on a strategy call, and Ferrari will review its decision not to swap the positions back.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said: "I understand Charles is a bit disappointed, he was trying his best to win the race and he did whatever he could to win the race.
"Did we consider to swap? Yes, we did. I think we thought that was the right choice not to do it."
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