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Binotto restructures Ferrari technical department

Ferrari has undergone a restructuring of its technical department according to team principal Mattia Binotto. Ferrari had been picked as favourites for the 2019 season by many after pre-season testing had concluded. The Italian outfit had largely outperformed Mercedes during the two weeks in Barcelona however that form has failed to reappear since. From the opening race of the season, reigning champions Mercedes have not only caught but surged ahead of Ferrari once again, winning every race so far this season and only failing to finish one-two once last time out in Monaco. In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Binotto admitted the team has restructured itself on the technical side...
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