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Ferrari want reverse-grid races after Hamilton's charge

Article To news overview © Mercedes AMG F1 Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has revived calls for Formula 1 to consider reverse-grid races, following Lewis Hamilton's charge through the field at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Hamilton stormed from 20th to fifth in the Sprint race at Interlagos after his qualifying exclusion, and then climbed from 10th to victory in the Grand Prix itself, having taken an engine change penalty. Binotto reckons the performance should end any doubts over F1 trying reverse-grid races in the future. "I think it [does], honestly, because of what happened, [with] so many overtakings and so much fun," Binotto told media, including RacingNews365.com, when...
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