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New reports claim Mattia Binotto leaving Ferrari

New reports have emerged in the Italian media claiming Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is on the verge of leaving the team. It was earlier reported that Mattia Binotto will lose his position at the top of the Scuderia, with Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur being lined up as a replacement by Ferrari chairman John Elkann. Ferrari at the time issued a statement denying the reports, describing the rumours as being 'totally without foundations' while Binotto told the media in Abu Dhabi that he is 'relaxed' about his future. However, a new report in the Corriere della Sera claimed today that the of announcing Binotto's exit from Maranello will happen in a matter of hours. The report...
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