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Singapore pole position evidence Ferrari development is 'going in right direction'

After getting a pole position and almost locking out the front row on a circuit that typically doesn't suit them well at all, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has praised his team, saying Saturday's result is evidence the SF90's developments are "going in the right direction". With their blistering pace in a straight line but lack of grip in corners, Ferrari weren't expecting to be competing for either pole position or the win in Singapore, as it is a very bendy track where downforce-heavy cars tend to reign supreme.  However, much to everyone's surprise, it was the prancing horse that seemed quickest during qualifying, with Charles Leclerc setting the pace in both...
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