Leclerc did a brilliant job holding up Bottas. (I wonder if Bottas' failure had anything to do with sitting too close too long.) Since the Leclerc pit stop during the SC, you could almost hear Vettel thinking, "I started 2nd, he started 14th --- if he passes me, it won't look good." It looked like Vettel lost a place to Albon, because he was more interested in blocking Leclerc than in racing for position. Leclerc had the fresher tires. Once Vettel lost a place to Albon, the pit wall should have ordered the position swap. But Vettel's ego outweighs his judgement --- again. From the race and the interviews, it seems that not only is Leclerc the better driver, but Charles is also the grown-up of the two. I doubt Ham will get a penalty, but it was a sham dame for Albon.