Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto admits ‘changes are required’ following a season riddled with mistakes… with the team’s chairman John Elkann saying he was ‘not satisfied’ after Charles Leclerc slipped further behind Max Verstappen in the title race

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has admitted that ‘changes’ are needed if they are to win titles again after a catalogue of errors has seen them fall out of contention this season. Responding to the comments, Binotto told Sky Sports: ‘We do not need to change people, but we certainly need to change some things. Verstappen could win his second championship at the next race in Singapore, though Leclerc could have still been in contention if it wasn’t for a large amount of errors. ‘That’s why I believe that before 2026 Ferrari will once again win the constructors’ and drivers’ titles, with Charles Leclerc in pole position.

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