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Ferrari offer could bring Domenicali back to Maranello!

Ferrari could be set for another big management switch after last week's change at the helm of the Scuderia, with Stefano Domenicali possibly returning to the House of Maranello. The ousting of Maurizio Arrivabene and his replacement by technical director Mattia Binotto was confirmation of a rumour swirling in F1 for the past few months. However, reports from Italy are now suggesting that Domenicali, who led the Scuderia from 2008 to 2014, could take over from Louis Camilleri as the manufacturer's chief executive, a move initiated by Ferrari president John Elkann according to the Corriere dello Sport. Alonso 'could return to Ferrari', predicts Domenicali The 53-year-old Domenicali is...
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