James Allison leaves Ferrari: the rumors are true

James Allison, Ferrari, GP Australia 2014During these last few weeks much has been made of a possible departure of James Allison to Ferrari. The team took a major step forward last year and this year should have been fighting you with Mercedes, but has not been as well. On the contrary, there has been a decline in the performance of Maranello and things are looking even worse for the future. The press was already echoing some rumors important and have been confirmed.

Maurizio Arrivabene had to go out to calm the rumors to the press and was quite pissed about it on the departure of Allison’s team: “a few months Ago, journalists began to ask Kimi asked the same question. After him, touched me, about if Allison would take my place. Now we confirm to Kimi, the press says that it’s Allison that’s going! What Sabési what? Please, let us work in peace“. Little credibility they have had their words…

Vettel subiéndose en el Ferrari SF15-TWhat is certain is that after the tragic death of the wife of Allison, the genius of aerodynamics should take more care of their children, spend more time with them and their life is in Great Britain, not so many miles away in Maranello. I think that this has been a reason for it to leave the rows of red, and go to another computer that has headquarters in England. What? It is not yet known, the rumors were pointing to a return to Renault, but we will be attentive to see where it ends James.

Ferrari has made it official this morning with a terse statement: “The team I would like to thank James for his commitment and sacrifice during the time that we have spent together, and wish you success and serenity in their adventures in the future.“. Despite this stark message, I do not encourage you to think that Ferrari have done away with him but, rather, that James has wanted to leave Maranello. What is certain is that Ferrari would like to have a big as Allison among their ranks, but will be ongoing. Without this bracket and with the importance of aerodynamics in the next year, we’ll see where they are in the red in 2017…

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