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Binotto: Poor start 'compromised everything' for Ferrari in Japan

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto admitted his team's incredibly poor start at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix "compromised everything" for the Italian team, as the front-row lock-out only resulted in a P2 and P6 at the end. Mercedes sealed their sixth consecutive constructors' championship at Suzuka mainly because of the start. Pole sitter Sebastian Vettel effectively had a jump-start and then got away really slowly once the lights did go out, with Valtteri Bottas sweeping around the outside to take the lead into turn one. Then, the other Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc had a collision at turn two with Max Verstappen, with the Monegasque understeering his way...
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