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Binotto admits concern at Ferrari over reliability

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto admitted there is concern about the reliability of the team's cars heading into tomorrow's British GP, the first of four races in a packed July. Carlos Sainz picked up pole position for the race despite a final qualifying lap he didn't think was 'anything special', while Charles Leclerc will start from P3 after spinning in the wet conditions. "It was tricky for everyone out there but he set the best one," Binotto told Channel 4 of Sainz' maiden pole position. "We could see it on the GPS - we knew, but he thought the lap was not good enough!" Read also: Sainz pips Verstappen in thrilling wet British GP qualifying After rain in FP1...
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