Official: Binoto leaves Ferrari –

Mattia Binoto; photo: Spas Genev

Ferrari has finally officially confirmed that Mattia Binotto is leaving the team at the end of 2022. The team added that they are looking for a new team boss.

“Ferrari announces that it has accepted the resignation of Mattia Binotto. He will leave his position as head of Scuderia Ferrari on December 31,” the statement said.

“I would like to thank Matthias for his enormous contribution during his 28 years with Ferrari and especially for bringing the team to a competitive level again in the last year,” said the company’s chief executive Benedetto Vigna.

“As a result, we are in a strong position to renew our fight for motorsport’s greatest prize. Mostly because of his amazing fans all over the world. Everyone at the Scuderia and the wider Ferrari community wish Mattia all the best for the future.”

“It is with regret that you have decided to end my work with Ferrari,” was his own comment The bino

“I am leaving the company I love and have been a part of for 28 years. I am calm because of the conviction that I did everything possible to achieve the set goals. I leave a united and growing team. A strong team, ready, I am sure, to achieve the highest goal, to which I wish all the best in the future.”

“I think it is right to take this step at this time, no matter how difficult this decision was for me. I would like to thank all the people at Gestione Sportiva who have shared this journey with me, full of difficulties but also of great satisfaction.”

The official announcement came after weeks of speculation. For a long time, Italian media claimed that Binoto had been released. In recent days it has been rumored that he has resigned himself due to the lack of unequivocal support from Vigna and Ferrari president John Elkann. Binoto is believed to have already received several job offers, including from an unnamed top team. Ferrari offered the position of team boss to anyone in the paddock, but received a firm refusal.

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