Even in the midst of Fernando Alonso’s anger and warnings, rumours about his future just will not go away.
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Felipe Massa has advised his former Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso to stick with the Italian team for now.
But the Brazilian, who lost his seat at the end of last year and has appeared much happier in 2014 at Williams, has joined those in surmising that fabled Ferrari appears to be sinking into its crisis-struck state of the distant past.
Jean Todt insists Ferrari is not in the sort of crisis today that he found at Maranello more than two decades ago.
Ferrari could become the first F1 team to actually own a stake in the sport, the Telegraph reports.
F1 business journalists Christian Sylt and Caroline Reid reveal that, as a non-executive director of the sport’s holding company Delta Topco, departing Ferrari president held an option to buy into F1 to the tune of about $25 million.
Ferrari’s management revolution will have no impact on the driver lineup, new president Sergio Marchionne insists.
With Stefano Domenicali, Luca Marmorini and now long-time president Luca di Montezemolo all falling victim to the fabled team’s poor performance in 2014, it has been suggested the turmoil at Ferrari might also affect the drivers.
Montezemolo announces Ferrari exit
“Ferrari will have an important role to play within the FCA Group in the upcoming flotation on Wall Street. This will open up a new and different phase which I feel should be spearheaded by the CEO of the Group. Luca di Montezemolo has ended the intense speculation about his future by announcing his departure as Ferrari’s long-time president.
All signs continue to point towards a major change of direction at crisis-struck Ferrari.
Although long-time president Luca di Montezemolo played down the waves of speculation at Monza, his likely successor Sergio Marchionne issued a series of highly critical statements about the 67-year-old on Sunday.