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Binotto: We must continue like this

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto can breathe easier after the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in which Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished fourth and fifth respectively confirming, at least, the Reds have a far better car than last year. However, as good as it was on home soil yesterday, they were still a far way from the top step of the podium as race winner Max Verstappen in the Red Bull crossed the line 25 seconds ahead of the best red car. Ferrari headlined their post-Imola report: 'Good points haul but a hint of disappointment.' On a day that started wet and ended dry, Leclerc delivered a gutsy and spirited performance that has become his trademark, at one stage he was second with a...
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