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Leclerc: I don't think we'll suffer on track by Binotto's departure

Mattia Binotto's departure as Ferrari Formula 1 boss at the end of the month is unlikely to affect the team's performance on track next season, Championship runner-up Charles Leclerc said on Friday. Binotto announced his resignation in November, with the sport's oldest and most successful team yet to confirm a replacement. The developments threaten upheaval at Maranello while Champions Red Bull and third-placed Mercedes enjoy considerable stability; with Red Bull boss Christian Horner facing the sixth Ferrari principal of his tenure at Milton Keynes. 'I've never had a team principal change during when I was racing for the same team,' Leclerc, who debuted at Ferrari-powered Sauber in 2018,...
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