Charles Leclerc again put Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel to shame during the British Grand Prix weekend at Silverstone. Leclerc was faster all weekend, and it was Vettel that made a big error and drop-kicked Max Verstappen into the gravel while trying to reclaim third place.
The catalogue of Vettel mistakes is getting longer and longer and this was just another that simply didn't need to happen. He must address this immediately, otherwise even the hope of finishing third in the drivers' championship will be long gone given Verstappen is 13 points ahead of Vettel, and Leclerc is just three points further back.
Over the past season's worth of races, stretching back to Germany 2018, we've seen so many mistakes. At Hockenheim, he locked up and crashed while leading; at Monza, he spun after clashing with Lewis Hamilton; at Austin, he spun battling with Daniel Ricciardo; at Suzuka he clashed with Verstappen; in Bahrain this year he spun again battling with Hamilton and in Canada he went off the track and earned a penalty for the way he rejoined. He's going at a rate of one big in-race error every three races.