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Domenicali backs away from Binotto criticism

Sep.21 Stefano Domenicali says he does not want to criticise Ferrari's current team boss Mattia Binotto. Domenicali, now boss of the Italian sports car brand Lamborghini, led Ferrari until he was ousted in 2014. The Italian marque is now in a deeper slump than in recent memory, but Domenicali insists he does not want to comment on Binotto's leadership. "We know each other very well, as you can imagine, because Mattia worked with me," he told the Dutch magazine Formule 1. "As a sign of respect, I don't interfere at all with his decisions or with the team. I will not comment on that, because I think it is wrong," Domenicali added. "He must be given the time and...
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