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Binotto: At some stage Red Bull will stop development

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto revealed he is not concerned about Red Bull's pace or upgrades who are bound to stop development at some point due to the budget cap. Five races into the 2022 Formula 1 season, Ferrari find themselves leading both Championships with Charles Leclerc, despite Red Bull's Max Verstappen taking another chunk out of Leclerc's lead after his win at the Miami Grand Prix, despite Ferrari's superiority in qualifying as they locked up the front row. With Ferrari yet to introduce any significant upgrades to their impressive F1-75, Binotto does not seem to be concerned about his team's competitiveness against their rivals who have been working hard developing their RB18. 'I...
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