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Ferrari structure worse than Mercedes, Red Bull - Berger

Former Ferrari driver Gerhard Berger is concerned that current Scuderia team principal Mattia Binotto may be spread too thin by combining his new role with his current job as technical director. Binotto has led recent gains made by Ferrari on the power unit side of development, leading to his promotion to fill the gap left by Maurizio Arrivabene's departure.
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