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Ferrari's Mattia Binotto: We won today

Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto made his feelings extremely clear after a five-second penalty cost Sebastian Vettel the Canadian Grand Prix, stating his belief that the Scuderia had won the race. Vettel was issued with a penalty after losing control of his Ferrari and leaving the track, only to rejoin in front of Lewis Hamilton on the racing line, forcing the Brit to swerve to avoid a collision. Article continues under video The race stewards' investigation found the German guilty and the five seconds he was punished as a result proved pivotal in handing the victory to Hamilton. Speaking to Sky Sports post-race, Binotto was bullish, adding that he felt the team were the 'moral' winners. He...
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