Binotto replaced Allison in Ferrari


Ferrari and James Allison have decided to terminate with immediate effect the contract that united them until the season 2017, after three years of mutual work in the that have not met all the objectives.

in Addition, given the fact that James Allison lost his wife early in the year, being absent from Maranello for a while and evaluating the possibility of returning to England with their three children.

Maurizio Arrivabene, head of the Scuderia Ferrari, has thanked Allison for the time dedicated to the team: “The team wants to thank James for his commitment and sacrifice during the time we have been together and wish you success and serenity for your future challenges”.

For his part, James Allison, has commented in a statement released by Ferrari that “during the years that I’ve been in the Ferrari in two different stages and covering different roles, I have been able to appreciate the value of the equipment and the people, men and women, who are part of it. I want to thank all of them for this tremendous professional and human experience and that we have shared. Wish you all a happy future with much success”.

Mattia Binotto will take the charge of James Allison to the front of the technical direction. Until now, Binotto was the responsibility of the department of engines and works for Ferrari from 1997.