Ferrari: for the post-Binotto also a great former driver

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According to some rumors also in the running for the role of team principal Gerhard Berger

Ferrari has reportedly also included former Cavallino driver Gerhard Berger in the list of possible replacements for Mattia Binotto, who will leave the role of team principal of the Maranello-based stable at the end of the year.

The former Austrian driver, current DTM boss, would be among the candidates for his experience and passion, according to rumors in the English and Spanish press. Berger raced with Ferrari from 1986 to 1989 and from 1993 to 1995, finishing third in the world standings in both 1988 and 1994. With the Rossa he won five races in Formula 1.

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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