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Ferrari Chief Louis Camilleri resigns for personal reasons after COVID-19 episode

Ferrari chief resigns

Ferrari chief resigns for personal reasons. He affirmed his departure from Ferrari on Friday for personal reasons. The 65-year-old Italian terminated from his post.

In July 2018, they bolstered him to prosper Sergio Machin days later. Ferrari chief recovered from a severe stint of Covid-19. He later left the hospital to heal at home. He made developments during his reign as manager. Louis Camilleri replaced Maurizio Arrivabene with current team boss Mattia Binotto. He opts not to keep four-time champion, Sebastian Vettel, this year.

Ferrari team head Mattia Binotto claims that during the winter break. Ferrari pursued to boost their aerodynamic deficiencies relative to rivals Mercedes. For Ferrari in 2019, slow-speed corners were a problem. Binotto confirms that the Scuderia has intensified its focus on this sector.

Ferrari prevailed one of the best-performing stocks in the automotive sector during Camilleri’s reign, as, despite the coronavirus pandemic, requirement for the company’s high-performance cars remained firm.

“We were too slack in the corners last season, but we wanted to put as much downforce as we could in the car to be in the corners as soon as possible, but now we are paying off a little on the straights.

Ferrari chief resigns

“Ferrari has been part of my life and it has been a great privilege to serve as its chief executive,” Camilleri said in a statement released by Ferrari.

My respect for Maranello’s extraordinary men and women. Their love and commitment have for what they do know no limits.” I’m proud of my many accomplishments.

Ferrari experienced a vigorous and frustrating season and declined to win a race. The team created a fuss in 2019 by the use of an erratic power unit.

John Elkann, Ferrari’s executive chairperson, seized over as chief executive officer temporarily. He will take charge for the final grand pix at Abu Dhabi

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