he head of Ferrari Amadeo Felisa resigned, said the publication Formula Passion, citing its own sources. The reasons for his departure are not called. Official representatives of the brand declined to comment on this information.
Felisa began his career in 1972 in Alfa Romeo, and from 1990 began to work in a Ferrari. The head of the Italian sports car manufacturer, he was appointed in 2008 after the from this post resigned Jean Todt. Todt is now president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA).
In September last year, his resignation as President of Ferrari Luca di Montezemolo announced. His decision, he explained that the owner of the brand, the group Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, should soon be released on the NYSE. Severance pay Montezemolo was 26.95 million euros. In addition, it is prohibited to 2017 engaged in business that can compete with “Fiat” and “Chrysler».