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Amedeo Felisa is said to have resigned from his post as chief executive officer of Ferrari, according to unconfirmed reports in the Italian press.

Italian automotive website www.autoblog.it has reported the news, but the official word from Ferrari is “we do not comment on speculation or rumour”.

Felisa, 69, has been part of the senior team at Maranello since 1990 when he joined from Alfa Romeo and initially held the role of technical director.

He succeeded Jean Todt as CEO in 2008 and is said to be close to former president Luca di Montezemolo, who left Ferrari in October last year.
 



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