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Binotto: Vettel and Leclerc have damaged Ferrari

Mattia Binotto was obviously furious with the conduct of his drivers as they collided during the Brazilian Grand Prix, adding that they have, 'damaged the race of Ferrari.' After a safety car incident near the end of the race, Charles Leclerc attempted to pass team-mate Sebastian Vettel, only for them to touch wheels and the contact ultimately led to the retirement of both drivers. Article continues under video Vettel in particular was heard to be fuming over team radio, and speaking to Sky Sports post-race, team boss Binotto had to admit that the incident had not been good for the image of the team. He said: "Obviously if we look at our team we are really disappointed because the...
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