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Mattia Binotto: Championship was lost when Ferrari designed their car

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes his team lost the world championship when making criticial design decisions involving their SF90 for the 2019 season. Mercedes dominated the majority of the 2019 season, and in the end won by 235 points, with Ferrari in second-place. Scuderia had a spell after the summer break where their car looked like the most-dominant machine on the grid. Pre-season testing ended with Ferrari looking like they had the quicker car and had high hopes when going into the opening race in Australia, but Mercedes ended up clinching a one-two in the season-opener, and in comfortable fashion. Read more Jacques Villeneuve explains where Ferrari went wrong in 2019...
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