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Mattia Binotto sees no reason for change at Ferrari

Despite things not running smoothly at Ferrari, team boss Mattia Binotto sees no reason to make changes to his team.

After the Hungarian GP, ​​there was a lot of talk about the tactical choices at Ferrari. While Charles Leclerc still had everything under control halfway through the race, his race was ruined by going for the hard tire and eventually a sixth place was his share.

The Monegask also didn’t understand it at all, but team boss Binotto still stands behind his decision.

I’m also frustrated without a doubt, but I may be showing it less, he told Channel 4. Because I know the potential of the car, what it has been up to now, even if today was the first time during the first half of the season that the car may not have been so good.

He does not think that changes should be made at the organizational level, according to Binotto they should analyze carefully what went wrong and draw their lessons from it.

“It’s not a matter of bad luck, and nothing can be done about it,” said Binotto. “It’s always a matter of continuous learning and building, building experience, building skills.”

“Today there is definitely something you need to look at and understand why. But when I look again at the balance of the first half of the season, there is no reason why we should change.”

Leclerc has been the victim of his team’s blunders this season but he also crashed in France while leading.

“As a leader, the key is to keep building, building for the team and building for himself, step by step, and I think he should see every race as an opportunity to win,” said Binotto.

“We win and lose together. Today has not been great, but I think a lot is still possible.”

“We must first focus on understanding today’s causes, addressing them and coming back even stronger.”

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