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Vettel's Leclerc undercut was racing, not strategy - Binotto

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto defended the timing of Sebastian Vettel's Singapore Grand Prix pit-stop, after it led to him undercutting Charles Leclerc and taking victory from his team-mate. Vettel was able to use the undercut to move from third place up to first place – ahead of formerly-leading team mate Leclerc, who dropped from first to second and missed out on a third consecutive win. Article continues under video Leclerc was openly frustrated on the team radio, questioning Ferrari’s decision to bring in Vettel before him and letting both them and the world know that he didn’t feel the race should have ended with him in second. Binotto, though, believes that “simply, that’s...
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