After Charles Leclerc expressing his dissatisfaction with his team's decisions for the second time in a race in Russia, Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto warned young Monacan that some matters were not being talked about on the radio
After the race for the Singaporean GP, Charles Leclerc was visibly dissatisfied with Ferrari's decision to stop as Sebastian Vettl as the first to call despite being on the track behind him. Leclerc, who repeatedly complained over the radio during the race over Ferrari's strategy, said after the race that Ferrari had not acted fairly, as he believed the correct would be the first stop, as a leading racer himself.
Monacan also expressed his disagreement with Ferrari's running of the race in Russia after Vettel refused to relinquish his position on the track despite repeated calls.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has already warned his client that he needs to be more careful about what he says on the radio in the future.
“I don't think certain things should be said on the radio, because in the end it won't affect our decision. There are times when it is appropriate to say something and there are times when it is better to be quiet. Charles has to learn not to talk about certain things this way. “