Maurizio Arrivabene

Ex-Ferrari team principal slapped with ban amid cheating scandal

Juventus are not exactly strangers to corruption and scandals in Italian football, with the team being relegated in the 2000s after it was revealed that the team had been involved in match fixing. Now, the team find themselves caught up in the plusvalenza scandal, which saw the entire Juventus board shockingly resign during the FIFA


Ex-Ferrari boss reacts to calls for Mattia Binotto to be sacked

Ferrari have been very hot and cold this season, getting off to a flying start with a 1-2 finish in Bahrain before team errors and reliability issues saw Max Verstappen and Red Bull sail off into the distance. Some fans of the Scuderia have become frustrated with team principal Mattia Binotto, who took over the


Binotto issues warning about Ferrari’s 2022 development strategy

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has cautioned that the team need to be strategic when developing their 2022 car under the new cost cap. Formula 1 is all change in 2022. Not only have the technical regulations radically altered to allow for closer racing, but the FIA have tried to even up the disparities between


Former Ferrari team principal joins Aston Martin

Former Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has been confirmed as a new signing by Aston Martin, but he will not be reporting to the Formula 1 side of their operation. Mattiacci took temporary control of Ferrari in 2014 following the departure of now-F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali, before Maurizio Arrivabene was appointed as his compatriot’s long-term

Sebastian Vettel, 2021 Aston Martin Racing Driver, and Charles Leclerc at Ferrari -

Sebastian Vettel Praises Charles Leclerc, Says He Learned From Him

Sebastian Vettel, who will compete with the newly rebranded Aston Martin Racing F1 team next year, has praised his former Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc, saying he has a “bright future” ahead of him. In a recent with Sky Italia F1, Vettel said: “He is certainly very fast and talented. READ: Russian Propaganda Site Defends Nikita