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Proud Binotto says Ferrari engine suspicions are 'a shame'

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says he is "proud" of the hard work done by his engineers to improve the Scuderia's power unit, insisting that calling into question its legality is "a shame". Ferrari's edge in terms of sheer power has been clearly demonstrated on the track. But the magnitude of the Italian outfit's advances on the power front has generated suspicions among its rivals, who have queried the FIA on certain elements of the engine that they believe are perhaps transgressing the technical regulations. Vettel no fan of 'selfie guy' and 'shitty trophies' on F1 podium Binotto confidently responded to the rumors by encouraging a formal protest, as it would allow...
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