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Ferrari acknowledges problems: 'We suffer from that more than Red Bull'

Red Bull Racing dared to bring updates to the sprint weekend in Imola and achieved double success with them, but Ferrari chose not to bring updates to the team's home race. The same goes for the Miami Grand Prix, so Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will have to wait a little longer for their new parts. Mattia Binotto talks about what his team needs to work on most now, seeing an area where his team is losing out to rivals at Red Bull. After a difficult weekend in Australia, Red Bull Racing hit back hard in Imola, where the team scored maximum points with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. The key to that success, according to Helmut Marko, was in the updates the team chose to bring, despite...
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