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Leclerc mistake ‘nothing to do with pressure' – boss

Apr.25 Ferrari, at the top of the fabled team's game, endured a nightmare weekend at Imola in front of the massed Tifosi. In the context of Carlos Sainz's accumulating errors, boss Mattia Binotto earlier concluded that the Spaniard was struggling with the pressure of a fully-competitive car. After championship leader Charles Leclerc's late spin and barrier-hit in slippery conditions at Imola, however, Binotto insisted: 'The mistake had nothing to do with pressure. 'I think racing drivers are used to driving at the limit. The cars have harder suspension this year and if you get too high on the curb, you can lose the car.' The Italian also revealed that Ferrari is not ready to introduce...
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