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Binotto insists Ferrari haven't found cure for weaknesses yet

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has insisted the weaknesses from previous races are still there, despite its improved form at the Canadian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel qualified on pole for Sunday's race in Montreal, and the German dominated from start to finish in Canada, with race-winning pace - only for it to be taken away following an incident with Lewis Hamilton - resulting in Vettel receiving a five-second penalty. The performance in Canada would've undoubtedly pleased Scuderia fans, but team boss Binotto has insisted the weekend has not permanently fixed the big problems that they suffered in previous races this season. "We know it is a circuit that is more power-sensitive and it...
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