Strategy was already a problem in 2008.
Silverstone 2008, the "great win" for Hamilton who was under threat from Kimi until the pitstops where they didn't change his tires, while Hamilton did. Everyone saw that, and he (Kimi) ended up pitting again.
Isolated blunders are fine. RB does them too, Merc does them plenty. People say Abu Dhabi 2010, but overall Ferrari was run well operationally during Alonso's time. It's when the blunders are the rule rather than the exceptions when it gets critical
The bigger question is - should Charles do something about this and if yes, what could he do?
Imo, he has to demand new strategists and an engineer - for the former, I'm sure Sainz would agree as well.
not sure what blame the engineer has, the performance is fine (although strategy ties in with feedback). Communication is something you have to work on as a driver as well. But that hasnt stopped others before.
Edited by Marklar, 31 July 2022 - 16:29.