FERRARI SEE RED ON TRACK DISCIPLINE
Australia March 17
Ferrari uses team orders at the very first race to keep Leclerc behind Vettel. Bahrain March 31
Leclerc pole and then ignores team orders to pass Vettel and set up win before engine fails.
China April 14
Leclerc follows team orders to allow Vettel in to third because said he was quicker. He isn’t and Leclerc, vulnerable to the Verstappen undercut, then loses fourth.
Spain May 12
Chaotic pit wall calls see both drivers delayed behind their teammates and ultimately end the race off the podium. Vettel demands team orders talks.
Belgium Sept 1
Leclerc, now clearly the faster driver, gets long overdue win from pole.
Italy Sept 8
Pressure ramps up on Vettel after Leclerc wins Ferrari’s home race from pole.
Singapore Sept 22
Ferrari strategy gives Vettel the undercut to steal victory from a furious Leclerc.
Russia Sept 29
Leclerc nabs pole yet again and gives Vettel a start-line tow but the favour isn’t returned. Vettel defies team orders to let Leclerc through but suffers engine failure. Vettel’s Red Bull mentor Helmut Marko tells him that his days at Ferrari are numbered.
Brazil Nov 17
The pair crash out while battling over fourth. Team boss Mattia Binotto says accident was “lucky” so things can be clarified for 2020. Ferrari hold talks with both drivers to clear the air.
Left, Charles Leclerc has out-qualified his senior colleague Sebastian Vettel nine times this season