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Binotto: Vettel, Ferrari won today at Canadian GP

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says his team and Sebastian Vettel were the winners at the Canadian Grand Prix despite the German’s penalty which relegated him to second place behind Lewis Hamilton. After Vettel was slapped with a five-second time by the FIA race stewards for re-joining the track in an unsafe manner having gone off at Turn 4, duly retaining his lead over Hamilton in the process, the German driver was left incensed by the decision as he ranted over team radio before continuing to vent his frustration after the podium ceremony. Binotto has backed his driver and feels Ferrari produced a race-winning performance in Montreal despite the penalty handed to Vettel by the...
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