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F1 boss urges Ferrari to find a solution after Binotto's resignation

Article To news overview © XPBimages Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicali has urged Ferrari to "find a solution" after the resignation of Mattia Binotto as Team Principal. Binotto resigned on Tuesday after four seasons at the helm having failed to capitalise on the promise of Ferrari's 2022 season with the team making continued operational and strategic mistakes as well as suffering poor reliability. Although they claimed second in the Constructors', with Charles Leclerc doing similar in the Drivers', this was not enough to save Binotto's job - who will leave the Scuderia after 28 years on December 31st. And Domenicali - the last Ferrari boss to deliver a championship - the 2008...
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