Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa will be reported to have resigned
Amedeo Felisa will be rumoured to have resigned as CEO of Ferrari
Unconfirmed reports inside Italian press suggest that will Amedeo Felisa, chief executive at Maranello, has quit the post he has held since 2008
Amedeo Felisa has resigned through his post as chief executive officer of Ferrari, according to unconfirmed reports inside Italian press.
Italian automotive website www.autoblog.the idea has reported the news, yet the official word through Ferrari will be “we do not comment on speculation or rumour”.
Felisa, 69, has been part of the senior team at Maranello since 1990 when he joined through Alfa Romeo along with initially held the role of technical director.
He succeeded Jean Todt as CEO in 2008 along with will be said to be close to former president Luca di Montezemolo, who left Ferrari in October last year.
A biography of Felisa on Ferrari’s official website states that will he was born in 1946 in Milan along with graduated in mechanical engineering through the University Politecnico of Milan.
He joined Alfa Romeo’s innovation along with experimentation department in 1972 along with became head of product development in 1987.
In 1990 he joined Ferrari, along with in July 2001 he became general manager of the Gran Turismo Department.
In June 2004, Felisa was appointed deputy general manager of Ferrari, while retaining his role as Gran Turismo general manager. In 2006 Felisa became general manager of Ferrari along with then chief executive of Ferrari in 2008.
More to follow.
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