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Ferrari deny reports of more managerial changes

Ferrari president John Elkann has rubbished reports that his team are facing even more managerial changes, despite what we brought you earlier today. READ: Elkann reveals there could be more changes at Ferrari The recent promotion of Mattia Binotto from technical chief to new team principal; following Maurizio Arrivabene's departure, gave people a "false" impression that there could be even more changes at Ferrari. There were rumours regarding the future of CEO Louis Camilleri and that he could be replaced by former Ferrari man and now Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali. However, Elkann strongly denies those reports, in an open letter in Gazzetta dello Sport, the...
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