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Binotto: We did our homework during the winter

New Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is hopeful the team’s 2018 fadeout is beyond them after an off-season spent doing “homework” ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship season which gets underway in Melbourne this weekend. The Maranello-based team made a brilliant start to the 2018 Formula 1 season, with lead driver Sebastian Vettel winning the first two races of the year. Ferrari won six of a possible 21 Formula 1 events in 2018 but triumphed in just one of the last eight as Lewis Hamilton took the world title and led Mercedes to another constructors’ championship. Binotto – who replaced Maurizio Arrivabene in the Ferrari top job – is excited for a new year to...
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