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Ferrari threaten to cancel debrief to send message

Ferrari could cancel their Brazilian Grand Prix debrief to send a message to both Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel. The Ferrari duo collided with each other in the closing stages of a crazy race at Interlagos and both would finish with a DNF next to their name in the race classification. Leclerc and Vettel saw the incident differently from each other, but Binotto was keen to stress that both drivers need to take responsibility for their actions. He also said the team are ready to take their own action by cancelling the race debrief to remind both drivers that costly incidents like the one in Brazil are unacceptable. 'Obviously if we look at our team we are really disappointed because...
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