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Häkkinen doubts Leclerc pushed for Binotto exit at Ferrari

Two-time F1 world champion Mika Häkkinen doubts that Charles Leclerc played a significant role in Mattia Binotto's resignation and departure from Ferrari. Binotto handed in his resignation to Ferrari's top brass which accepted the Italian's termination after a 28-tenure with the Italian manufacturer, with four years spent at the helm of the Scuderia. Leclerc reacted to Binotto's exit by posting a message on social media in which the Monegasque expressed his gratitude towards his former team boss, insisting that his "esteem and respect" for Binotto had never waned over the years. This season in which he appeared as an early championship contender, Leclerc found himself on the...
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