Ferrari have confirmed that Marco Mattiacci will take over from Stefano Domenicali as the Formula One outfit’s Team Principal…
This weekend in China the new Team Principal of Ferrari, Marco Mattiacci, will be in charge for the first time. In promoting Mattiacci, the company is taking something of a gamble on one level, as he has very limited knowledge of Formula 1; it’s culture and the complex, difficult people who populate its higher echelons.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal – to be replaced by a Formula One novice. The new man is 42-year-old Marco Mattiacci.
Stefano Domenicali has decided to resign from his position as Team Principal of Scuderia Ferrari, stating that he takes responsibility for the state the team is currently in.
The news that Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal is less of a surprise than the timing of what is said to have been his decision. The Scuderia have had a tough start to the season and could manage no better than ninth and 10th places in the recent Bahrain Grand Prix, which was attended by the team president, Luca di Montezemolo, but Domenicali had been expected to see out the year at the very least.
Ferrari’s bosses are convinced that the relatively unknown Marco Mattiacci is just who its Formula 1 team needs to lead it to the front of the grid
The mounting frustration of Fernando Alonso is believed to have been critical in the departure of Stefano Domenicali from Ferrari.
There are a lot of stories today about Marco Mattiacci, the new head of Ferrari Gestione Sportiva, who is replacing Stefano Domenicali. He grew up in Rome and is 42 years of age. He is reported to have started his career at Jaguar Italia in 1989, which would have meant that he was only 17 […]
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says Stefano Domenicali has put the team’s interests in front of his own by stepping down as team principal
Former Ferrari car sales chief Marco Mattiaci has been named as the official replacement for Stefano Domenicali as team principal
Domenicali has been in the position of team principal since 2008 but has resigned after taking responsibility for a largely disappointing start to the F1 calendar
Ferrari has named Marco Mattiacci as its new team principal after Stefano Domenicali resigned from the role
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal following a poor start to the 2014 season
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari. The move is expected to be confirmed by Ferrari imminently, and comes in the wake of the team’s disappointing display at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Outgoing Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says he had to take responsibility for the Scuderia’s poor performances in the early part of the Formula 1 season.
Reports in Italy suggest that Ferrari will announce later on Monday that Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari, it was confirmed on Monday, with the 48-year-old paying the price for another slugglish start to a Formula 1 season by the Scuderia.
Domenicali replaced by Marco Mattiacci Ferrari have not won a race in almost a yearStefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal after six years in charge and …
Domenicali replaced by Marco Mattiacci Ferrari have not won a grand prix in almost a yearStefano Domenicali has resigned as the Ferrari team principal after six years …
Marco Mattiacci steps in from Ferrari North America Ferrari have not won a grand prix in almost a yearStefano Domenicali has paid the price for Ferrari’s disappointing …
Stefano Domenicali says he has left Ferrari with the aim of shaking things up and thus helping the team to get back on track. The news of his departure was officially confirmed by Ferrari after it had leaked out this … Continue reading →
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal. The news had not been expected. “There are certain moments in the professional life of each of us where it takes courage to make tough decisions,” Domenicali said.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned from his position as team principal of the Ferrari Formula One team with immediate effect. The Italian had been in his role since 2008, winning one constructors’ title but failing to secure the drivers’ crown despite several near misses. He will be replaced by Marco Mattiacci
Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have both failed to secure a podium finish so far this year
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal and been replaced by Marco Mattiacci, the Formula One team said in a statement this morning.
Stefano Domenicali resigns as the team principal of Ferrari with immediate effect after their poor start to the F1 season.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Ferrari team principal with immediate effect, according to unconfirmed reports in Italy
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari in the wake of the team’s poor start to the 2014 season. He will be replaced by Marco Mattiaci, the former head of Ferrari USA. But the background to the story is not quite as many will imagine
Stefano Domenicali has reportedly resigned at Ferrari team boss with an official announcement coming late Monday…
Stefano Domenicali has paid the price for Ferrari’s poor form, saying he takes “responsibility – as I always have” and has therefore resigned…
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari in the wake of the disappointing start to the team’s 2014 season. He will be replaced by high flying Ferrari road car executive Marco Mattiacci, who will be in China next … Continue reading →
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as team principal of the Ferrari Formula 1 team.
Mario Andretti says Mercedes are right to let their drivers race and that Ferrari risk losing Fernando Alonso unless they up the pace…
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo promises that difficult decisions will be taken if it aids the team’s return to the top of the F1 tree.
Gene Haas has now been formally granted a future F1 entry by the FIA, following confirmaton by Bernie Ecclestone last weekend that the American had been successful in his bid. Haas is set to forge a partnership with Ferrari. The … Continue reading →
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Maranello, 11 April — President Luca di Montezemolo with mayor Lucia Bursi opened the new Museo Ferrari building. In the museum has started the ‘California Dreaming’ exhibition, celebrating 60 years of Ferrari presence in the USA and the Ferrari California, from the first edition to the T unveiled this year in Geneva. A lot of unique cars are shown, from the 375 driven by Alberto Ascari at the 1952 Indianapolis 500 to the cars used in many Hollywood movies.
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Kimi Raikkonen admitted that Ferrari are well aware that they need to close the gap to this season’s front-runners because they are “not stupid”…
Lewis Hamilton ended the first in-season test of the season almost 1.5 seconds clear of his rivals as Ferrari were forced to call an early halt to their final day with a damaged chassis. Mercedes spent the day tyre testing for Pirelli and Hamilton’s best time came in the morning session when he posted a lap of 1:36.164. That was good enough to stand for the rest of the day, with Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne second with a lap of 1:35.557
Lewis Hamilton was fastest by almost two seconds on the final day of in-season testing in Bahrain as Ferrari left early
Ferrari’s attempts to improve their form suffer a setback as they abandon running early at this week’s Bahrain test.
“I felt a relief among his family, a great happiness at how things were developing. That is brilliant – even if the road back is still a long one”
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari is “not stupid” and knows what it needs to do to close the gap to the frontrunners in Formula 1 this season
Lewis Hamilton was fastest by over three seconds on the second morning of in-season testing in Bahrain as Ferrari, Red Bull and Lotus all hit trouble
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