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F1 CEO suggests Mattia Binotto was sacked by Ferrari

Times are certainly tough for Ferrari following the conclusion of the 2022 season, despite the fact the Italians successfully claimed second in the Constructors' Championship and Charles Leclerc claimed second in the Drivers' Standings. Ferrari are currently in turmoil following the resignation of team principal Mattia Binotto, who has been a critical part of the Maranello-based team's family for 28 years. Binotto has been constantly criticised by the media and Ferrari president John Elkann for the team's countless strategic blunders, which left them looking red in the face multiple times. Leclerc was denied several victories as a result of strategic errors, something which...
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