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Berger tips Ferrari to win 2019 title

Gerhard Berger thinks a driver wearing red will win the 2019 world championship. That is despite the fact that, at all four of the races so far this year, Mercedes has completed a record-breaking early run of 1-2 finishes. But F1 legend and DTM boss Berger does not think the title fight is already over. 'No, I don't think so,' he told Speed Week. 'Ferrari has not yet exploited its potential, and Red Bull has plenty to look forward to.' It is a fact, though, that despite a lot of pre-season promise and obvious pace, something has not quite clicked for Ferrari in 2019. Berger, who drove for Ferrari in the 80s and 90s, backed Mattia Binotto as the new team boss, but he thinks the joint role...
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