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Binotto explains why Ferrari left Leclerc vulnerable to Hamilton and Perez

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has affirmed that the Scuderia did not feel they had the time to bring in both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz at the end of the British Grand Prix. Leclerc had already been annoyed when it took several laps for him to be allowed through when he was the quicker driver while running behind his team-mate, and the pair were leading Mercedes’ Sir Lewis Hamilton when the Safety Car was deployed. The Italian side opted not to pit the leading Monegasque and brought in second-placed Sainz instead, as they were fearful that double stacking would have cost them too much time. Leclerc was then passed by Sainz on the restart as the Spaniard took his maiden...
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