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Mattia Binotto says it was "difficult" to give team orders in China

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted that the decision to tell Charles Leclerc to let Sebastian Vettel past during the Chinese Grand Prix was "difficult." Ferrari have favoured Vettel due to his championship experience and have praised the way that Leclerc has handled the situation.  
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