Former Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo believes he knows what is wrong with the Italian outfit and claims he can “fix” the Scuderia’s problems.
Ferrari endured this season one of its worst campaigns in its modern history, concluding the year a distant sixth in the Constructors’ standings, its worst result in four decades.
In the past few seasons, Ferrari has struggled to field a car capable of consistently challenging its front-running rivals. But off the track, the team’s discrepancies have been just as abundant, with management changes and structural overhauls that have so far failed to improve its fortunes.
After overseeing the Scuderia’s design department, Mattia Binotto was entrusted with the role of team principal in 2019, as Maurizio Arrivabene was sent packing.
But many still believe that Ferrari crucially lacks the clear leadership to allow it to fight for the world championship once again.