Mattia Binotto (Ferrari): “We don’t need to change something” / Formula 1

Insiders like world champion Mika Hekkinen or GP winner Ralf are of the opinion that one thing wants to change at Ferrari after all of the errors. Surprisingly, crew boss Mattia Binotto has a special view.


Ferrari would not come to relaxation. Instead of profitable with the quickest automotive, the Italians appear to have wasted the chance of the 2022 World Championship: the dearth of stability, the driving errors of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, the strategic errors on the command put up – it won’t occur right here. World Championship towards the persistently sturdy Red Bull Racing crew round world champion Max Verstappen.

Formula 1 specialists, equivalent to six-time GP winner Ralf Schumacher or two-time world champion Mika Hakkinen, in nearly an identical phrases: Ferrari should all the time query how errors occur; The Italian should keep away from additional blunders if RBR and Verstappen’s waning World Championship likelihood is to maintain. The Germans and Finns consider that one thing wants to change at Ferrari.

Ferrari crew boss Mattia Binotto doesn’t assist this opinion. In the Italian media spherical after the Hungarian Grand Prix, Ferrari was requested how they intend to react to this repeated failure and whether or not it was all luck.

“It’s not a matter of dangerous luck and there is nothing to change,” Binotto replied. “It’s extra about fixed studying, constructing expertise and expertise. Of course, we’ll take a more in-depth have a look at what occurred right here and what we need to perceive higher.”

“But wanting on the first half of the season, nothing wants to be modified. We competed earlier than the summer time break and I see no motive not to within the second half of the season.”

Hungarian GP, ​​Hungary

01. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, 1:39:36.533 hrs.
02. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, +7.834 s
03. George Russell (GB), Mercedes, +12.337
04. Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari, +14,579
05. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing, +15,688
06. Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, +16,047
07. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, +1:18.300 min
08. Fernando Alonso (E), Alpi, +1 lap
09. Esteban Ocon (F), Alpine, +1 lap
10. Sebastian Vettel (D), Aston Martin, +1 lap
11. Lance Stroll (CDN), Aston Martin, +1 lap
12. Pierre Gasly (F), AlfaTauri, +1 lap
13. Guanyu Zhou (RC), Alfa Romeo, +1 lap
14. Mick Schumacher (D), Haas, +1 lap
15. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia), McLaren, +1 lap
16. Kevin Magnussen (PC), Haas, +1 lap
17. Alexander Albon (T), Williams, +1 lap
18. Nicholas Latifi (CDN), Williams, +1 lap
19. Yuki Tsunoda (J), AlphaTauri, +2 laps
Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Alfa Romeo, engine

Championship standing (after 13 out of twenty-two races)

01. Verstappen 258 factors
02. Leclerc 178
03. Perez 173
04. Russell 158
05. Sainz 156
06. Hamilton 146
07. Norris 76
08. Okon 58
09. Botta is 46 years outdated
10. Alonso 41
11. Magnussen 22
12. Ricardo 19
13. Gaseous 16
14. Hag 16
15. Schumacher 12
16. Tsunoda 11
17. Zhou 5
18. Walk 4
19. Album 3
20. Latifi 0
21. Nico Hulkenberg (D) 0

Constructor’s Cup
01. Red Bull Racing 431 factors
02. Ferrari 334
03. Mercedes 304
04. Alpine 99
05. McLaren 95
06. Alfa Romeo 51
07. Haas 34
08. AlphaTauri 27
09. Aston Martin 20
10. Williams 3


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