Ferrari: Key team personnel running F1 would be conflict of interest

“I think that anybody who’s really been an active and important player in a certain team within the last years, to take on the responsibility at F1 would automatically create conflicts of interest, perceived or otherwise,” said Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri, when asked for his opinion about an ex-team boss like Wolff potentially running F1.
Louis Camilleri: “My sense – but ultimately it will be [Liberty’s president] Greg Maffei who will decide who the eventual successor to Chase will be if that happens – is that if Mattia [Binotto, Ferrari team principal] was the candidate to replace Chase Carey, I think the rest of the paddock would not be too happy with it.”

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