Ferrari denied rumors from the Italian media that Mattia Binotto, the boss of their F1 team, had to leave his job to Frederic Vasseur, the head of the Alfa Romeo team.
Gazzetta dello Sport reported on Tuesday that they learned from several sources in the team that at the end of the season, Binotto would have to leave the position of team boss, which he took over in January 2019. This season, Ferrari put one of the most competitive racing cars on the track in recent years, but after an encouraging start, after a series of tactical errors and reliability problems, they completely lost touch with Red Bull, and now they are also threatened by the awakening Mercedes team in second place in the Constructors' Championship.
Italian colleagues claim that a drop in form should see Binotto out from January 1, 2023, and his place should be taken by the current boss of the Alfa Romeo team, Fred Vasseur, but this was denied by Ferrari, saying that it is completely unfounded speculation and rumours.
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