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Ferrari to keep Brazil GP driver clash discussions private

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto has refused to elaborate on the internal discussions held following the collision between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Vettel and Leclerc came together in the closing stages of the Interlagos race in what Binotto described was a “silly action”, before summoning both drivers to a meeting to review the incident behind closed doors at its Maranello headquarters. Binotto said would not go into the finer details of the inquest but insisted he is confident that a repeat clash will not happen again in the future. “There are no answers here; it’s something we discussed internally,” Binotto explained....
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