hit out at once more to underline his frustration .
The Monegasque driver finished seventh in a dramatic race at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, which saw .
The result leaves Leclerc 38 points behind Max Verstappen after just two races of the Formula 1 season.
And the 25-year-old was especially upset with his race engineer Xavier Marcos Padros after communication over strategy broke down once more for the Scuderia.
Leclerc said: “Being behind like this is really ****. I don’t know what to do!”
Padros had earlier remarked: “Try to push from Safety Car Line One. just pitted.”
And Leclerc replied: “Xavi, you need to tell me that before!”
The Ferrari garage simply replied: “Copy.”
But Leclerc wanted to reiterate his frustration, adding: “No, but come on!”
There were more woes for Ferrari after Carlos Sainz admitted Mercedes’ race pace caught them by surprise.
“Yes, I think after Friday practice, even before coming into the weekend we thought we had them,” Sainz told Sky after the race when asked if he was surprised by Mercedes’ speed in Jeddah.