Charles Leclerc has brushed aside any suggestion of Ferrari picking a number one driver for the rest of the season just yet, insisting that it is team boss Mattia Binotto’s decision as and when to do so.

Leclerc won the Austrian Grand Prix last time out as team-mate Carlos Sainz retired with an engine failure, which gave Leclerc a 37-point advantage over Sainz at the halfway point of the season.

Sainz took victory at Silverstone a week beforehand but, with the summer break approaching and Max Verstappen holding a healthy lead in the Drivers’ standings, it is likely that Ferrari will look to select one of their drivers to challenge the reigning champion for the remainder of the season.

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