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Ferrari: Performance rather than strategy cost team in Hungary

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto justified the team's disappointing display in Hungary by its car's unexpected lack of performance rather than by the race strategy that impacted Charles Leclerc's race. Leclerc was leading proceedings mid-way through Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix when he was called in for a tyre change, mainly to cover Verstappen own pit stop. But the Scuderia opted at that point to put its driver on the hard tyre, a move that saw Leclerc fall down the order from where he was unable to recover, the hard compound rubber leaving him at a significant pace disadvantage relative to his rivals, including Sainz. The Monegasque admitted after the race that he didn't understand his...
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