Ferrari has found a culprit for the failed attempt to get tipped Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes of the throne.
With a half year delay is team manager Maurizio Arrivabene has been thrown at the gate.
It began as a rumor, but was on Monday confirmed by Ferrari.
in the Future, the next in the internal hierarchy, the chief technology officer Mattia Binotto, hold the reins on the rearing stallion and try to get the church bells to bimle in Marenello, as has been the custom, when the red racer has won a Grand Prix.
It was the deceased Ferrari ceo Sergio Marchionnes plan to part with the team head into the summer break, but bossens sudden death put the firing on the break, and the former marketingsdirektør at tobakgiganten Philip Morris was allowed to run the line out.
Even though the Ferrari several times showed that he had the season's fastest car and even got a drømmestart in the 2018 season, with victories for Sebastian Vettel in the first two races, it quickly went the other way.
Although the former world champion rods all ended up at a second-place finish in the WORLD cup, was the German outpaced by Lewis Hamilton, who snatched the overall first place in the table for the fifth time with a lead of 88 points.
Kevin Magnussens manager, Günther Steiner have fun with the new Ferrari-boss Mattia Binotto and Haas-owner Gene Haas (Photo: All Over Press)
Both at Hockenheim and Monza missed the Ferrari, among other things, the opportunity to strike back in the race with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, and it went completely wrong at Suzuka, where Maurizio Arrivabene had the last word in the choice of 'the wrong tyres'.
It was also not good soil, that the team head towards the end of the season suddenly said stop the ongoing development of the Ferrari car.
A decision which was later amended, but ended up being used against him in the showdown, which reportedly has played out through all of december F1 giant's own large garage in Maranello.
The more the media tell you about - including Italy's largest sportsavis Gazzetta dello Sport:
Even though the Ferrari is history's most winning team with 15 individual WORLD cup titles and 16 constructor championships, the pride of Italy on four wheels back to 2007 to find the last individual world champion.
at that Time it was the future of Sauber driver Kimi Räikkönen, who sat on the WORLD throne. The last constructor championship came the year after in 2008.
Therefore, dreaming of all the Ferrari lovers back to the good old days, when Michael Schumacher five years in a row won the WORLD title in the red formula 1 racer.
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