Mattia Binotto

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Binotto ‘Pretty Sure’ Charles Leclerc Can Challenge Lewis Hamilton

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is “pretty sure” that Charles Leclerc would be able to take the fight to Sir Lewis Hamilton if the Scuderia are able to provide him with a competitive car. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story again In the same interview, Binotto said

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Haas & Alfa Romeo Aren’t Expecting ‘Anything Special’ From New Ferrari Engine

2020 was a year to forget for Ferrari, with the team managing only sixth in the Constructors’ Championship – its worst finish since 1980 – and its drivers collectively scoring just three podiums. Ferrari’s two customer teams, Haas and Alfa Romeo, also struggled last year, with the Italian car-maker’s underpowered engine certainly playing a role

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Sebastian Vettel Says He Still ‘Deeply Cares’ About Ferrari

Soon-to-be Aston Martin Racing driver Sebastian Vettel has said he is excited about his future in Formula One and hopes that Ferrari will be able to mount a recovery over the next few years, as he still “deeply cares” about the team. “It was a difficult year, but I think I worked a lot in

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Ferrari Won’t Have The Weakest Engine In Formula One Next Year – Binotto

After finishing sixth in the 2020 Constructors’ Championship – the team’s worst result since 1980 – Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is expecting the Scuderia to have a considerably stronger campaign next year. Commenting on Ferrari’s 2021 power unit, Binotto said it is performing well on the dyno and they are expecting

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Ferrari On Red Bull’s Naughty List For Firing Sebastian Vettel?

Red Bull Racing have included Ferrari on their naughty list in a tweet posted on Christmas Eve. The tweeted image shows Santa Clause reading his “nice” and “naughty” lists in some sort of Red Bull facility, and it includes Ferrari on the “naughty” side. READ: Max Verstappen Not Yet On Lewis Hamilton’s Level – Ex-F1

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