As half-time approaches in 2014, changes abound in the world of F1.
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New team boss Marco Mattiacci insists he is not afraid of making changes to put Ferrari back on the path to victory.
His predecessor Stefano Domenicali has already gone, and the latest paddock rumour is that engine chief Luca Marmorini could be the next to pay the price for the fabled Italian marque’s poor start to the new V6 era.
Luca di Montezemolo has hinted he will increase Ferrari’s budget in order to catch up with dominant Mercedes.
The fabled Italian marque has struggled early this season, prompting the exit of team boss Stefano Domenicali. But recent rumours suggest Ferrari is now prepared to ‘break the bank’ to woo F1′s highest-paid engineer, Adrian Newey, to Maranello.
Stefano Domenicali could continue his formula one career with F1′s newest team.
Gunther Steiner, a former Jaguar and Red Bull chief, is now heavily involved in the Haas Formula project, with Nascar team co-owner Gene Haas having secured a two-year license to enter formula one, beginning either in 2015 or 2016.
Stefano Domenicali could rebuild his professional career in the world of Italian basketball.
Italian media reports claim the 48-year-old, who started work at Maranello in his twenties, has been contacted in recent days by Giovanni Petrucci, president of the Italian basketball federation, the Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro (FIP).
Ferrari has been told to “step up a gear” in the wake of team boss Stefano Domenicali’s departure.
After a poor start to the season for the fabled Italian marque, the F1-unknown Marco Mattiacci was drafted in to replace team veteran Domenicali, who resigned between the Bahrain and Chinese grands prix.