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Ferrari reorganize Formula 1 team with eye on the future

Ferrari have made some changes to their organizational structure in view of the current season and the future.

Ferrari have revamped their chassis department in an attempt to help the team reverse their fortunes after a disappointing 2020 campaign.

The team slumped to a sixth place finish in the constructors' standings last time out, their worst finish since 1980. As a result some changes have been made in a bid to help the team make their push back to the top of the grid.

Simone Resta has departed for Haas, with Enrico Cardile taking over his spot as former chassis head. He will work alongside power unit head Enrico Gualtieri, sporting director Laurent Mekies and supply chain head Gianmaria Fulgenzi.

Meanwhile, the chassis department will be split into four new areas as the team looks to improve their performance.

The four areas will see David Sanchez in charge of vehicle concept, Enrico Cardile the chassis performance engineering, Fabio Montecchi is in change of chassis project engineering and Diego Ioverno will oversee vehicle operations.


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