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Binotto: For start of 2020 our drivers will be free to race

Ferrari's two superstar drivers – Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc – will be 'free to race' in 2020 despite the internal rivalry costing the Scuderia dear this Formula 1 season. Team boss Mattia Binotto has gone to great lengths to pay down the feud and insisted, after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, that even though Vettel and Leclerc crashed in Brazil and the rules of engagement (or lack thereof) will remain the same next year. He said, 'If you look at the last races, they have been free to race and I think that is how we are going to start the next season.' Quadruple F1 world champion Vettel started 2019 as the clear number one driver, but Binotto said 22-year-old newcomer...
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