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A ‘Error Of Judgement' By Ferrari Saw Leclerc's Untimely Qualifying Exit in Monaco – Binotto

Scuderia Ferrari‘s team principal Mattia Binotto says it was an ‘error of judgement' that saw Charles Leclerc‘s shocking exit in Qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix. The Italian team's session ended in disappointment as Monegasque driver Leclerc was left ending qualifying in 16th place whilst team-mate Sebastian Vettel recovered from a crash in Free Practice 3 and will start the race in fourth place. Ferrari were on the back foot into the final minutes of Qualifying 1, when Vettel was in the drop zone and needed to set a lap in order to be safe. Leclerc on the other was in tenth, but Ferrari made a call to stay in the garage and save a set of new tyres. Vettel returned...
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