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Ferrari ‘took some risks' in pushing through engine update

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says the manufacturer took a risk in introducing updated engine components as it continue to understand its power unit. Ferrari introduced upgraded components into Charles Leclerc’s SF21 in Russia and followed it up by also equipping Carlos Sainz’s car with the latest parts in Turkey. Ferrari is still focusing the majority […]
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