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    2022: Your turn Binotto

    Its been a (another) frustrating year watching an epic title battle sitting on the side lines. Been patient so far because of you saying we are focussed on 2022, car will be better, faster etc.

    Your turn Binotto - deliver next year or GTFO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowfax84 View Post
    Its been a (another) frustrating year watching an epic title battle sitting on the side lines. Been patient so far because of you saying we are focussed on 2022, car will be better, faster etc.

    Your turn Binotto - deliver next year or GTFO.
    Totally agree and let's pray that all the work going on behind the scenes on the 2022 car proves to be positive, then Charles and Carlos will deliver.

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    Too long have we been waiting. Get the car right; be A leader; make FIA LISTEN (not bow to them)

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    So who takes over if Binotto leaves or gets fired?

    Do the same aerodynamics continue to build the same inferior aerodynamics?

    Does the same engine builders stay that build under powered engines?

    Do the same chassis specialists stay that can't build a car that works all the tires?

    Do the same mechanics stay that deliver a slow pitstop 50% of the time?

    I'd love to see Jean Todt come back, because he looked at ALL the people that are part of Ferrari's F1 team.

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    2022 is a new era and all for the taking. Everyone starts with a clean slate.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    2022 is a new era and all for the taking. Everyone starts with a clean slate.
    EXACTLY....new era of cars, bigger tires, ground effects
    the cars will be a handful to drive; whoever gets on to quick will have an advantage....
    Merc will STILL have a powerful engine....unless Ferrari will have something to say about that....God i hope they do and have something up their sleeve
    Glad 2021 is over, another winless season....but at least we beat McLaren.....Hopefully we'll be up there fighting for wins in 2022.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    EXACTLY....new era of cars, bigger tires, ground effects
    the cars will be a handful to drive; whoever gets on to quick will have an advantage....
    Merc will STILL have a powerful engine....unless Ferrari will have something to say about that....God i hope they do and have something up their sleeve
    All seems to indicate that they have something (able to be on par on ICE side)
    See horner, after saying Ferrari will be strong before steping back his prediction. Maybe he is preparing minds in saying Ferrari must be behind, and manage room to politicaly act if not
    Last edited by Gilles; 9th January 2022 at 14:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    So who takes over if Binotto leaves or gets fired?

    Do the same aerodynamics continue to build the same inferior aerodynamics?

    Does the same engine builders stay that build under powered engines?

    Do the same chassis specialists stay that can't build a car that works all the tires?

    Do the same mechanics stay that deliver a slow pitstop 50% of the time?

    I'd love to see Jean Todt come back, because he looked at ALL the people that are part of Ferrari's F1 team.
    I think having Todt back would be awesome. Hes pretty tough and would take on Wolf and Marko no.sweat. Leave Binotto to the engineering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Bob View Post
    I think having Todt back would be awesome. Hes pretty tough and would take on Wolf and Marko no.sweat. Leave Binotto to the engineering.
    I agree, as long as Binotto has got the 2022 car right, if not, where do we go from here? There will be no hiding place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisepie View Post
    I agree, as long as Binotto has got the 2022 car right, if not, where do we go from here? There will be no hiding place!
    yep......there is a LOT of weight on Binotto's shoulders......if he gets this wrong, the WHOLE Italy will be on his back......
    Glad 2021 is over, another winless season....but at least we beat McLaren.....Hopefully we'll be up there fighting for wins in 2022.

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