Ferrari, rumors of Christian Horner replacing Mattia Binotto

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The future of Ferrari

As we wait to see whether or not Mattia Binotto will really leave the role of team principal at Ferrari, a very sensational rumor has come from the Netherlands.

According to reports from, the Maranello-based team would also consider Christian Horner as a replacement.

“Ferrari is said to have talked to several people, including Christian Horner putting a package on the table that would guarantee a retirement in the future that is more than comfortable,” reads the article edited by Dieter Rencken, “but since the post at the helm of Scuderia Ferrari represents drinking a poisoned chalice no yeses have been collected from Ferrari’s offers.

Ferrari was founded in 1947 by Enzo Ferrari, in Maranello, in the province of Modena. It is involved in the Formula One world championship, where it holds the record for the number of world Constructors’ titles won (16), and in the FIA Sport Prototypes and Endurance world championships. The official symbol is that of the prancing horse on a yellow background, the color representing the city of Modena.

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