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Ferrari CEO: Second is first of the losers

Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna expressed his disappointment with Ferrari's 2022 Formula 1 season, insisting second is the first of the losers. With reports ramping up that Mattia Binotto is on his way out of Ferrari, a recent quote from the company's CEO, Benedetto Vigna emerged which may add fuel to Binotto's exit story. After starting the 2022 season with arguably the fastest car, the F1-75, Ferrari failed to deliver the Title yet again after a series of operational and driver errors, not to mention reliability porblems. And as Red Bull got into their stride, Ferrari seemed to fade away towards the end of the season that ended with the team runner up in the Constructors' Championship,...
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