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Ferrari must be 'perfect' in Japanese GP fight - Mattia Binotto

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says his squad must be “perfect” in every area of its work at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix if it is to maintain its recent form. Ferrari has secured pole position at each event since Formula 1’s summer break courtesy of Charles Leclerc, and triumphed in Belgium, Italy and Singapore. It ran 1-2 in Russia until Sebastian Vettel’s retirement prompted a Virtual Safety Car period that hindered Leclerc, with Lewis Hamilton going on to profit by taking victory. Ferrari’s pure pace advantage has been most pronounced through full-throttle sections, having struggled in high downforce, but aerodynamic updates applied to the SF90 in...
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