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Binotto wants Ferrari inquiry after Monaco GP as he insists Sainz and Leclerc didn't get ‘unlucky'

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has affirmed that luck had nothing to do with the team’s poor result in Monaco, and that it is their own mistakes that cost them the win. Charles Leclerc had started the race ahead of Carlos Sainz as the Scuderia locked out the front row in qualifying for the second time this season, and he was leading the field in wet conditions early on. The Red Bulls of Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen both pitted for Inters as they started their transition to Slicks, giving Ferrari a choice. READ: Hamilton insists he wasn’t frustrated by Alonso being tactically slow They could either go long on the Wets and transition to Slicks when it got dry enough, or they...
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