Charles Leclerc explains 'Ferrari engineer revolt' and Mattia Binotto dressing down

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Charles Leclerc explains 'Ferrari engineer revolt' and Mattia Binotto dressing down

Charles Leclerc has opened up on claims Ferrari are imploding, claiming the team are still “very united”. It comes after Leclerc was seen in a heat

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Charles Leclerc has opened up on claims Ferrari are imploding, claiming the team are still “very united”. It comes after Leclerc was seen in a heated discussion with Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto after dropping outside the top three at the British Grand Prix. 

Sky Sports host Ted Kravitz asked what the reality was inside the team after fans spotted Binotto’s finger wagging last weekend. He also asked why Lelcerc’s mechanics reportedly did not want to celebrate with Carlos Sainz after the Spaniard’s win last week.

However, Leclerc appeared to squash rumours of an interior split at Ferrari, suggesting the stories were untrue. The Monegasque explained: “It is a shame to see all of this type of things because it is definitely not what is happening inside the team. 

“We are a very united team, we have always been and it’s not these difficult races that will make it change.”



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