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Mattia Binotto responds to Ferrari ‘bad luck' claim as Charles Leclerc's frustration grows

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has indicated that it would not serve a purpose to make changes to his team at the moment after several calamitous moments in 2022. Charles Leclerc won two of the opening three rounds of the season as Red Bull experienced reliability issues, but Max Verstappen won in Saudi Arabia in round two, and has added another seven to his tally since Melbourne. However, that number might have been reduced had it not been for a mixture of reliability failures of Ferrari’s own, as well as mistakes from Leclerc and team-mate Carlos Sainz. Most prominent of all though have been strategic mistakes; avoidable errors have been made on the pit wall this season, costing...
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