"No, I did a shit job! I did a shit job. I did a shit job. I did a shit job - that's it. I did a fucking shit job. I am so sorry to the whole team. I am fucking stupid. As much as in Baku."
These were Charles Leclerc's first words - at least the ones he said into his team radio - after he finished fourth in last weekend's Turkish Grand Prix. There was some further ranting in Italian in the middle, a fair bit of it delivered while team principal Mattia Binotto was speaking to him from Ferrari's Maranello base.
After crossing the line at the end of a race where he had started 12th, then recovered from a terrible start and running 14th at the end of the first lap (he was 17th leaving the grid, only ahead of Lando Norris and the pitlane-starting Williams cars), he bowed his head in his SF1000's cockpit as he pulled the grubby scarlet car to the inside of the track. First, he rested his hands on the steering wheel, then he pounded it in frustration and tore at his helmet as the car rolled off the road, his response above, as he gathered it up, swiftly following his engineer saying: "You did a good job."