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Binotto: Verstappen and Leclerc line-up would be 'difficult to manage'

Mattia Binotto rules out a Max Verstappen switch to Ferrari as a relationship between the Dutchman and current driver Charles Leclerc would be too "difficult to manage". The 49-year-old is happy with Leclerc's form in his opening season and wouldn't want to risk any potential problems inside the Italian garage.  Ferrari traditionally work with a lead driver and a support driver. Binotto looks back at when Michael Schumacher was scooping up F1 world championships year after year as a blueprint to use for his future driver line-up.  "I grew up in Michael's time. Next to him were (Rubens) Barrichello and (Felipe) Massa. I think we should have a top driver and another...
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