Binotto swiftly spots Ferrari replacement Vasseur as he returns to F1 paddock
The former Ferrari team principal made a notable return to the paddock at Monza, where he unexpectedly crossed paths with his replacement. Ferrari, the renowned Italian manufacturer, is hosting their home race this weekend and is eager to make a strong impression. Despite leading Charles Leclerc to a third-place finish in the F1 standings last season, Binotto’s perceived shortcomings resulted in his removal from the prestigious team boss role, which was assumed by Vasseur. However, there appeared to be no hard feelings between the two men when they met at Monza. Interestingly, there are rumors that Binotto might have been targeted by Alpine to become their new team principal, although this potential move has not materialized yet. It was reported that Binotto already has an agreement with Alpine, according to claims made in France. Nonetheless, any agreement between Binotto and Alpine might not commence until later this year.