F1, Stefano Domenicali passes judgment on Mattia Binotto

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F1, Stefano Domenicali passes judgment on Mattia Binotto

For weeks now, some Ferrari fans have been targeting Mattia Binotto: the team principal of the Maranello-based stable has even cashed in on Nico Rosberg’s criticism (“In F2 and F3 they work better than the Rossa on strategies and pit stops”). Now came Stefano Domenicali’s judgment.

“Criticizing from the inside out is easy but I believe that at this moment all Ferraristi must support Mattia Binotto, then I do not allow myself to enter into the choices that president John Elkann and Binotto will have to make to get the results they deserve,” the Formula 1 chief said, as reported by Gazzetta dello Sport. Some Ferrari fans, however, have advanced the possibility of replacing the Lausanne engineer with Sebastian Vettel, who will hang up his helmet at the end of this World Championship.

Ferrari, an Italian car manufacturer, was founded in 1947 by Enzo Ferrari, in Maranello, in the province of Modena. It is involved in the Formula One World Championship, where it holds the record for the number of world Constructors’ titles won (16), and in the FIA Sportprototype and Endurance World Championships. The official symbol is that of the prancing horse on a yellow background, the color representing the city of Modena.

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