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Brown backs Binotto: 'It seems to me Mattia has done a good job'

Zak Brown regrets that Mattia Binotto will no longer be seen as team boss of Ferrari next season. Although the McLaren CEO finds it difficult to form an opinion on his departure, he hinted to that he has great respect for the Italian. Article continues under ad Binotto was under a magnifying glass at Ferrari for months after the team boss failed to manage to fight for the world title until the end of the season. The departure therefore came as no surprise, but from Brown it should not have been. Read more 'Leclerc kept out of Binotto departure, five names on shortlist' "I don't know the ins and outs of Ferrari, but it seems to me that Mattia has done a good...
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