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Ferrari confirms: Mattia Binotto will remain team boss in 2022

Ferrari has announced a new corporate organization, within which Mattia Binotto will remain the team boss. More positions will start reporting directly to the team's CEO. Ferrari has big plans for 2022 with the new rule changes. The team is busy working on the structure and organization within the team in order to make the most of the upcoming season. Binotto remains in charge within the team, a role he has taken on since 2019. The Italian has been with Ferrari for many years and took over as team boss from Maurizio Arrivabene. This coming season will be his fourth year as team boss. Read more Verstappen used to not realize who Schumacher was: 'Kind uncle Michael' Ferrari wants to push...
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