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Binotto: We support Vettel's world champion dream with Ferrari

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has come out in defence of Sebastian Vettel who is clearly under pressure at Maranello, amid speculation he could retire or return to Red Bull at the end of this season. Some say the German, who turned 32 this week, is making too many mistakes, which could prompt Ferrari to promote Charles Leclerc and put a driver like Valtteri Bottas alongside the Monaco-born youngster. But Ferrari team boss Binotto defended Vettel's mistakes in an interview with Auto Bild, 'It was always racing situations where Sebastian was at the absolute limit, or sometimes just over it.' Binotto said Ferrari and Vettel's desire to finally challenge Mercedes means he is pushing so hard,...
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