Despite the escalation of tensions between Sebastian Vettl and Charles Leclerc in recent times, Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto claims to have his racers under control and refuses to look to Mercedes manager Tot Wolff for leadership.
After racing Ferrari in a race in Brazil in a showdown that ended in a collision, the Italian media, in particular, accused Binott of losing control of his guards.
Binotto denied the allegations and denied the possibility of following Tot Wolff.
“I remain convinced that we have the best racing lineup. I don't know how Toto Wolff is running his team and I'm not interested in that either. We had discussions with both racers and the matter is closed for us. We are focused on the last race and the next season. “