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Ferrari Boss Mattia Binotto to Stay in Italy for Turkish Grand Prix

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Ferrari are struggling and heading for his or her worst season in 40 years, with out a win and sixth total within the constructors’ standings with 4 races remaining.

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  • Last Updated: November 12, 2020, 12:28 IST
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Ferrari crew boss Mattia Binotto shall be absent from this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix as he focuses on bettering the crew from headquarters at Maranello.

Ferrari are struggling and heading for his or her worst season in 40 years, with out a win and sixth total within the constructors’ standings with 4 races remaining.

“Mattia has always approached his role in an innovative way, trying to think outside the box,” mentioned sporting director Laurent Mekies on Wednesday.

“He has come up with a method of working that gives the flexibility to manage the priorities in the most efficient way possible.”

The vehicles are staying largely the identical subsequent 12 months earlier than main change in 2022 however Ferrari are chasing extra engine efficiency after falling additional behind Mercedes, who’ve received the final seven championships.

“You need always to balance your tasks at the racetrack and at the factory,” Binotto mentioned after the earlier race at Italy’s Imola circuit, held behind closed doorways like most races this 12 months.

“I think I will not follow all the races… I am already considering eventually skipping some of the racing in the last part of the season starting from Turkey.”

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