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Ferrari on Max Verstappen: 'We are not listening to a 22-year-old'

Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has said that his team will not listen to a 22-year-old. It is thought that Camilleri is still bitter about Max Verstappen's comments about Ferrari cheating after the Austrian Grand Prix. Camilleri said that his age does not make the statement about cheating credible. "Accusations generally don't get you far. Max is 22 years old. Why give him credibility when we're at Ferrari? Sometimes silence is more powerful. That's my point of view," said Ferrari CEO to Gazzetta. Read more Max Verstappen: 'The pressure is on, we want to win' in 2020 Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto also made his view heard.  "You can walk behind the scenes,...
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