Sebastian Vettel will continue to be given priority as Ferrari’s number one driver, team boss Mattia Binotto says.
The policy had been questioned after team-mate Charles Leclerc dominated the Bahrain Grand Prix until a late engine problem cost him a maiden victory.
During the race, Leclerc ignored a team order to stay behind Vettel.
Binotto said Vettel’s four years at Ferrari meant he would be prioritised “if there is any 50-50 situation where we need to take a decision”. Read more