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Ferrari swapped straightline speed for cornering

Mattia Binotto has again insisted there was nothing strange about Ferrari's drop in straightline speed in Brazil as they once again gave up speed for cornering. Following a string of pole positions after the summer break, Ferrari's rivals questioned the Scuderia's engine leading to two separate Technical Directives from the FIA. That saw the Scuderia fail to take pole position in Austin while they again missed out at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Instead it was Max Verstappen in the Honda-powered Red Bull who put his RB15 up onto pole with Sebastian Vettel 0.123s down. Binotto says that's because Ferrari opted to instead focusing on cornering speed. 'Certainly they [Red Bull and Honda] were...
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