1:22 Karun Chandhok has all the camera angles at the SkyPad as he analyses the crash between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari’s strong form in winter testing ultimately proved misleading with Mercedes dominating the first half of the year while their Italian rivals squandered several winning opportunities.
The team returned from the summer break in stronger form – winning three times and claiming six successive pole positions – but have again not won in the last five events.
“There were highs and lows,” accepted Binotto. “The first part of the season did not go the way we wanted, but I certainly value the way we all stood together, rolled up our sleeves and fought back.
“Particularly noteworthy was the way we reacted after the summer break, with three race wins in a row and a run of six consecutive pole positions, as well as our win in Monza, just days after the incredible celebration of the 90 years of the Scuderia, in Milan, in front of a huge crowd.”
The last race of the 2019 F1 season takes place in Abu Dhabi this weekend, and will be exclusively live on Sky Sports F1.