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Binotto insists there are positives from Canada

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has insisted there are still some positives to be taken from Sunday's disappointing Canadian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel qualified on pole for the race in Montreal, and stayed there for the whole race - absolutely dominating - but was handed a controversial five-second penalty by the stewards for an incident with eventual race-winner Lewis Hamilton. Vettel had to settle with second position, whilst team-mate Charles Leclerc finished a place behind the German driver. Binotto was of course disappointed with the result in the end, but he has insisted there are positives to be taken from the race. "We leave Canada knowing that, as indeed over the...
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