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Binotto linked with Audi or Mercedes move

Dec.1 Axed Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto could be snapped up by Mercedes, according to Italy's authoritative Corriere della Sera newspaper. After 28 years with the Maranello-based team, Binotto has resigned following a period of speculation about his future. He is expected to be replaced by Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur from 1 January. 'Binotto and (Ferrari chairman John) Elkann were like water and oil,' highly respected Italian journalist Leo Turrini told Radio24. 'When the Ferrari chairman loses faith in the team boss, this outcome is only logical.' Some, though, think Ferrari's old habits of lopping off the management head after a failed championship campaign were premature in...
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