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Binotto admits grave concern over Ferrari engine reliability

It was the worst possible Azerbaijan Grand Prix not just for Ferrari, but also for Ferrari PUs, as four of their powered cars retired from the race. Carlos Sainz was the first to retire from the race on Lap 9, the Spaniard ran straight on at Turn 4 after suffering from a hydraulic fault. Next to retire was Charles Leclerc, who suffered a PU failure on Lap 21 whilst in the lead. The Monegasque's F1-75 released the typical plume of smoke, demonstrating an engine failure. Guanyu Zhou and Kevin Magnussen both retired later on in the race, with the latter's also ending after a plume of smoke was released from his VF22. It further cemented Ferrari's place as both the fastest, and most unreliable...
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