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Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto said any upgrades his team introduces in 2021 must “work immediately” due to the “special focus” on 2022.
Mattia Binotto expects Mick Schumacher to need a full year of Formula 1 under his belt before showing his true potential.
From what he has seen so far, Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari’s new engine for 2021 “will not be the lowest in the field” – as was the case this year.
Mattia Binotto believes Charles Leclerc can replicate Michael Schumacher in becoming a “clear leader” of the Ferrari team.
Mattia Binotto was not there to see it, but the Ferrari team principal hailed Sebastian Vettel’s podium finish at the Turkish Grand Prix as “great for him”.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has revealed he is planning to scale back his appearances at F1 races – potentially with immediate effect.
Ferrari have provided details of the ‘soft landing’ Formula 1 teams can offer to staff affected by the budget cap being introduced into the sport next year.
Timo Glock thinks Mattia Binotto must have a “watertight” contract at Ferrari – and wonders just what he needs to do to get the sack.
Mattia Binotto has revealed he wants to “duplicate” the lessons he learned during Ferrari’s golden era to try and transform the team’s fading fortunes.
Mattia Binotto claims Ferrari’s dreadful Italian Grand Prix weekend, which marked yet another new low for 2020, still does not represent a crisis.
Mattia Binotto has denied reports that Ferrari is looking to sign Andy Cowell, claiming that he’s happy with the current staff.
Mattia Binotto has revealed it was “essential” that Ferrari retained their right of veto in the new Concorde Agreement.
Mattia Binotto feels that Mick Schumacher’s F2 performances are “a lot better” than last year, but says it’s too early to decide his future.
Mattia Binotto believes that Mick Schumacher is a “good candidate” to take a seat on the Formula 1 grid in the future.
Life as Ferrari team principal is never easy, but Mattia Binotto says the first few months of his tenure have been “more enjoyable than expected”.
Matteo Binotto believes that teams may struggle to hire the required staff for an increased calendar under the proposed 2021 budget cap.
Matteo Binotto has said that himself and Ferrari have been surprised by Charles Leclerc’s continuous improvement since joining the team.
Ferrari have discovered that windtunnel failure issues are to blame for their development struggles, says team principal Mattia Binotto.