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Binotto, Vettel looking ahead to 2020

Aug.3 Ferrari appears to be looking ahead to 2020. But Sebastian Vettel, despite his 84 point gap to the championship lead, says it would make no sense to "throw in the towel" this year either. "The rules aren't changing much next year, so it doesn't make sense to throw in the towel," the German told Bild newspaper. "We will keep attacking at full throttle so we learn as much as possible for the future." That sounds as though Vettel knows he cannot win the 2019 championship, and is urging Ferrari to focus instead on the 2020 car. And boss Mattia Binotto appears to agree with him. "We are below our expectations, but our commitment is to finding all the...
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