John Elkann

Binotto says Ferrari no longer ‘pointing fingers’

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says that one of the key factors towards the Scuderia’s improvements in 2022 has been a greater sense of responsibility from everyone at the team. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are aiming to win Ferrari’s first Drivers’ Championship in 15 years, while the Italian side’s last constructors’ title came about


Ferrari chairman attributes turnaround to cutting out guilt from the Scuderia

Ferrari chairman John Elkann has detailed the changes to the mentality of everyone at the team that has led to their tremendous start to the 2022 season. Ferrari’s last championship success arrived in the form of the constructors’ crown in 2008, while Kimi Raikkonen’s victory in 2007 remains their last Drivers’ Championship win. Between 2018


Ferrari president heaps praise onto Leclerc and Sainz in letter to shareholders

Ferrari President John Elkann has written a letter to shareholders of the Italian supercar brand to speak of his excitement at the present and future of their racing teams. Elkann took over from Sergio Marchionne after the Italian-Canadian’s tragic death in 2018, but unlike Marchionne and Luca di Motezemolo before him, the 46-year-old has made

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Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri Denies He’s Headed To Ferrari

Gucci chief executive officer Marco Bizzarri has said that reports he will be replacing Louis Camilleri as the CEO of Ferrari are “just gossip”. Bizzarri added that he considers Ferrari to be a “mythical brand” and joked that the swirling rumours have made him regret not having pursued a career as a racing driver. READ:


Luca Di Montezemolo Not Ruling Out Return To ‘Weak’ Ferrari

Last week, it was announced that Louis Camilleri had resigned from his position as Ferrari’s CEO for “personal reasons”, with John Elkann, chairman of the luxury Italian car-maker, taking over his duties on an interim basis. Luca di Montezemolo, who served as Ferrari’s president and chairman until September 2014, has not ruled out a return


Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri Resigns For ‘Personal Reasons’

Ferrari Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Louis Camilleri has stepped down from his position at the Italian car-maker, the company announced on Thursday. Camilleri’s exit comes around two-and-a-half years after he was appointed CEO following the death of Sergio Marchionne. READ: Haas Team Principal Refuses To Reveal How Nikita Mazepin Will Be Punished His decision to