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Horner not surprised by Binotto departure: 'Already six Ferrari team bosses'

Christian Horner is not surprised that Mattia Binotto has been sacked from Ferrari. Speaking to Sky Sports, the Red Bull Racing team boss puts his finger on the problem and is certainly not planning the switch himself. Article continues under ad For Horner, 2022 is a season not soon to be forgotten. With Max Verstappen winning the drivers' title for the second time in a row, Red Bull Racing also won the world championship for the first time since 2013. For 2023, however, Horner predicts it will be a lot tougher. Read more Verstappen gets best driver award for second year in a row Binotto's departure ''I think both those guys [George and Lewis] have had great seasons. George finishing ahead...
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