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Ferrari deny turning down their engines in Canada

Ferrari did not turn down their engines at the Canadian Grand Prix, Mattia Binotto saying their reliability issues are 'under control'. After a flying start to this year's championship, reliability problems have began to creep into Ferrari's season – most notably when it comes to their power unit. While both of their customers, Alfa Romeo and Haas, are knocking on the door of engine penalties, Charles Leclerc took the hit at the Canadian Grand Prix. Ferrari initially replaced every component but the turbo, the part that had failed at the previous race in Baku, on the Friday which earned the driver a 10-place grid penalty. On the Saturday, though, they did put in a new turbo, Leclerc...
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