ferrari f1 boss binotto out after tumultuous season

Ferrari has confirmed that Team Principal Mattia Binotto will step down at the end of the year, Formula1.com reports. A team announcement posted Tuesday morning put an end to the weeks of speculation that followed the 2022 F1 season finale at Abu Dhabi.

“With the regret that this entails, I have decided to conclude my collaboration with Ferrari,” Binotto said in the release. “I am leaving a company that I love, which I have been part of for 28 years, with the serenity that comes from the convinction [sic] that I have made every effort to achieve the objectives set.”

“I leave a united and growing team,” Binotto continued. “A strong team, ready, I’m sure, to achieve the highest goals, to which I wish all the best for the future. I think it is right to take this step at this time as hard as this decision has been for me. I would like to thank all the people at the Gestione Sportiva who have shared this journey with me, made up of difficulties but also of great satisfaction.”

Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna thanked Binotto for his decades of service and for helping put the team in position to be competitive again, after disappointing 2020 and 2021 campaigns.

“We are in a strong position to renew our challenge, above all for our amazing fans around the world, to win the ultimate prize in motorsport,” Vigna said. “Everyone here at the Scuderia and in the wider Ferrari community wishes Mattia well for the future.”

While Ferrari’s 2022 prospects seemed promising at the beginning of the season, the team was unable to find a rhythm that would see it through to a championship, allowing Red Bull’s Max Verstappen to cruise to a 2022 championship. Ferrari’s Charles LeClerc finished second in driver points, splitting Verstappen and third-place Red Bull driver Sergio Pérez, allowing Red Bull to take the constructor’s championship as well, with Ferrari and Mercedes rounding out the top three.

Related Video:

Keyword: Ferrari F1 boss Binotto out after tumultuous season

CAR'S NEWS RELATED

Ferrari 246S Dino & Lotus 15 Go Neck And Neck At The 2021 Goodwood Revival

A thrilling video of a Ferrari 246S Dino and Lotus 15 going neck and neck as they compete for the Sussex Trophy at the Goodwood Revival in 2021.

View more: Ferrari 246S Dino & Lotus 15 Go Neck And Neck At The 2021 Goodwood Revival

The Fall Of Rome: Ferrari Plummets After Elevator Breaks Down

Firefighters needed four hours to clear the area.

View more: The Fall Of Rome: Ferrari Plummets After Elevator Breaks Down

Christian Horner begins mind games with Ferrari’s Fred Vasseur, and digs at Mercedes and Williams over James Vowles move

Christian Horner has started the F1 team principal mind games by questioning aspects of James Vowles’ exit from Mercedes, and aiming a jab at Ferrari’s new boss. Former Renault, Sauber and Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur has taken over at Maranello, replacing Mattia Binotto, while Vowles left his role ...

View more: Christian Horner begins mind games with Ferrari’s Fred Vasseur, and digs at Mercedes and Williams over James Vowles move

Botched Elevator Ride Destroys Ferrari Roma

How did they get the Ferrari Roma out of the elevator? Will the Ferrari Roma be totaled? How much power does a Roma have? A car dealership in Palm Beach County, Florida, experienced an unfortunate elevator accident involving a new Ferrari Roma. The dealership uses the elevator to hoist ...

View more: Botched Elevator Ride Destroys Ferrari Roma

David Beckham's Ferrari 360 Spider is now on sale for RM574k

The car was Beckham’s daily driver 20 years ago Just a few days after news broke that the late rally legend Collin McRae’s Subaru Impreza S5 P2 WRC is looking for a new owner, another interesting listing from the UK has made its way to automotive news portals around the ...

View more: David Beckham's Ferrari 360 Spider is now on sale for RM574k

Have You Tested it Virtually Yet? Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo

Maranello's first Gran Turismo concept car may offer a glimpse into the future.

View more: Have You Tested it Virtually Yet? Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo

Ferrari Set New Sales Record In 2022 By Delivering 13,221 Cars

Net profit also set a new record for the company.

View more: Ferrari Set New Sales Record In 2022 By Delivering 13,221 Cars

Ferrari Couldn't Be Stopped Last Year

Image: Ferrari Ferrari can do no wrong, Tesla’s suppliers are peeved at its price shenanigans and electric semis have a big problem. All that and more in this Thursday edition of The Morning Shift for February 2, 2023. 1st Gear: Never Bet Against the Horse It must be a ...

View more: Ferrari Couldn't Be Stopped Last Year

Ferrari sees "even stronger 2023" after beating forecasts in Q4

McLaren Artura Drive Review : Art of Speed [COTY2022]

Ferrari’s new F1 boss Frederic Vasseur twice tried (and failed) to sign Carlos Sainz 

Charles Leclerc doesn’t need No 1 status, he needs Ferrari to be decisive

New Ferrari F1 boss Fred Vasseur reveals ‘handover’ from Mattia Binotto and advice from Jean Todt

Ferrari F40

Haas F1 Has No Intentions of Cutting Ties With Ferrari

Was Charles Leclerc finger-wag the trigger for Mattia Binotto’s Ferrari F1 downfall? 

Montoya predicts Sainz could be a problem for Leclerc in 2023

Vasseur believes Ferrari has ‘everything needed to win’

1965 Ferrari 330GT

Vasseur not rushing to secure Leclerc beyond 2024

OTHER CAR NEWS

; Kênh kiến thức kỹ năng, phát triển bản thân, hướng nghiệp, blog nhân sự