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'To sack Binotto would be absolutely the wrong way of thinking'

It is clear that Ferrari needs to change things within the team after a flawed first half of the season. However, this does not necessarily mean that the Italians need to sack parts of their staff. Article continues under ad Team boss Mattia Binotto believes that nothing needs to be changed at Ferrari. The team has already made several strategic mistakes this season, most recently at the Hungarian Grand Prix where Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz both finished off the podium. According to Formula One journalist Mark Hughes, the Italians need to find a better way of working and build trust within the team. There is no point in going back to bad habits of the past. "Sacking the guy in...
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