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Domenicali on Binotto exit: Second not enough at Ferrari

Mattia Binotto left Ferrari because finishing second is "not enough" for the Italian team, according to F1 chief and former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali. Ferrari announced on Tuesday that Binotto's three-year reign as team principal of Formula 1's most popular team will come to an end after he handed in his resignation, following heavy speculation that the 53-year-old would be sacked. Ferrari appeared to be in contention to end its long wait for titles after a strong start to the 2022 season, but failed to win any of the final 11 races of the campaign amid a loss of performance, and finished a distant second to Red Bull in the constructors' championship. Binotto resigns at...
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