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FERRARI-CEO IS NOT CONSIDERING REPLACING BINOTTO

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FERRARI-CEO IS NOT CONSIDERING REPLACING BINOTTO

Ferrari is not about to react harshly to her internal struggles. Normally the Italian team has a panicked manner of reacting when performance is disappointing.

That would be different now: team boss Mattia Binotto still has the support of Ferrari-CEO Louis Camilleri.

It’s no secret anymore that Ferrari is in the corner where the punches are falling. Over the years it has become clear that the Scuderia is quick to go in search of the problem, with heads rolling and important staff members saying goodbye, Autosport writes.

Binotto says in a statement: ‘There are a few weeks left before Silverstone. It’s important that we take a close look at all aspects of the car and the organisation at home. Whatever it is, we have to improve.’

We also need to look at his position: since 2019, Binotto has held the leadership role for the team and the technical department. Rumour has it that consideration is being given to appointing a new technical director to support Binotto. This additional person will be able to take up the task even this season.

The name of Ferrari’s GT project leader Antonella Coletta has been mentioned. It should be noted that Coletta is not really interested in the F1 branch at the moment. The Italian would be fully focused on making Ferrari’s Le Mans project a success and also has little Formula 1 experience.

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