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Binotto explains why Ferrari left Leclerc out: "Not enough space"

Carlos Sainz won the British Grand Prix and survived the problems Ferrari threw at their two drivers. Charles Leclerc was the victim of Ferrari's crew deciding who to pit during the late safety car period. Team boss Mattia Binotto reacted to these mistakes in an interview on Sky Sports.  Article continues under ad Not enough space Esteban Ocon stopped his car on a straight and therefore the race director had to call the safety car out whilst Leclerc had a decent lead. With just 12 laps remaining, a stint on the soft tyres was possible and therefore most drivers dived into the pits. Ferrari pitted Sainz, who eventually won the race, but left Leclerc out on the hard tyres to defend his...
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