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Binotto calls for increase in engine component allocation

Numerous grid penalties at the Belgian and Italian Grands Prix, leave Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto suggesting the allocation of engine components should be increased. Numerous teams opted to take penalties at Spa and Monza due to the fact that it is easier to overtake at those two tracks compared to Singapore and Suzuka that follow. However, after Japan there will be four races remaining and in all likelihood teams will opt to take on new components at COTA in preparation for the likes of Abu Dhabi. Aside from the ongoing debate over how the penalties are applied and the fact that it took almost four hours in Italy before officials could confirm the grid order, Mattia Binotto believes that...
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