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Ferrari boss disagrees with ‘disaster' claim

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has ruled out suggestions that last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix was a 'disaster' for the Italians, despite the fact that both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished outside the top-five. Leclerc finished sixth on Sunday at his home race whilst Sainz crossed the line in eighth; however, the Spaniard would've likely finished fourth had he not spun in the closing stages at Mirabeau. Ferrari had shown solid pace throughout the weekend but appeared to really struggle when the late shower hit the Circuit de Monaco, with the Maranello-based team's performance having vanished. On Sunday, Ferrari remarkably slipped to fifth in the pecking order, with...
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