Binotto doesn't want to know anything about a crisis

09-09-2020 13:17
by GPblog.com
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Binotto doesn't want to know anything about a crisis

Things are going very bad at Ferrari, but Mattia Binotto is very silent about the situation. Ferrari's team boss doesn't want to use the word crisis despite the bad shape they are in.

Poor results

The proud Italian team is only sixth in the constructors' championship, dropped out in their home race with both cars and barely manages to qualify with the top ten teams. While Ferrari is seen as a top team. These are meagre times for the Ferrari fan.

Binotto doesn't want to know about a crisis though, he told Autosport.com after the Monza Grand Prix. He speaks of a "storm". "I don't think we were in a crisis last time and I can confirm that this is not the case now. It was a difficult race (Monza) especially when you have reliability problems".

The team boss continues: "It is important that we look ahead. We knew Spa and Monza were going to be very difficult, the hardest for us. Hopefully things will be better in the next race".

Toscana Grand Prix

Binotto mainly wants to look to the future. This weekend the Grand Prix of Tuscany is on the program and there is something to celebrate. The 1000th race of Ferrari in Formula 1. "We have a new opportunity this weekend and an important one for us, the 1000th Grand Prix. It's a different type of circuit compared to Spa and Monza so we need to learn how competitive we can be," concluded Binotto.

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