Ferrari's team boss Mattia Binotto says the status on who will have the strongest car on track will continue to change from weekend to weekend, after the team failed to repeat their fast pace from Bahrain in China
Mattia Binotto says that Ferrari has done well to surge back from a difficult Australian weekend to lock out the front row at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
After a below-par start to the year, Ferrari hit Bahrain hoping to kick start their season, with a big overview of what went wrong having taken place after the Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto admits that the SF90 doesn't suit to the characteristics of the Albert Park street circuit after both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc fail to make the front row of the grid.
Despite emerging as a frontrunner ahead of the Australian Grand Prix, the Scuderia Ferrari team are not resting on their laurels.
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