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Italian media react to Binotto's farewell at Ferrari

After a very long career, going from simple engineer to team principal, Mattia Binotto's adventure at Ferrari will end at the end of the year. Second place in the constructors' and drivers' championships was not enough: the team wants to return to winning ways and Binotto will not be the man to lead it in this new course. How did the Italian media react to the news? Article continues under ad Corriere dello Sport "It is legitimate for the boss to fire the first of his managers if there is no harmony and results are lacking. There is therefore nothing strange in the farewell of Mattia Binotto'. Paolo De Laurentiis of Corriere dello Sport said. However, the journalist underlines a...
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