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Ferrari drivers to meet boss at Maranello after 'silly collision'

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says he will review the collision between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at its Maranello base next week, after their “silly action” in Brazil. Vettel and Leclerc’s on-track relationship has been a key talking point throughout the 2019 campaign, with several flash points, most notably in Italy, Singapore and Russia. The pair battled over fourth position during the closing stages at Interlagos and clashed along the Reta Oposta, with the damage causing both drivers to retire from the race. Stewards summoned the duo but opted against taking further action. “I have not reviewed [it] yet, I don’t want to do it yet, I think...
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