Ferrari ratifies Mattia Binotto in his position

The Italian brand confirmed that he will remain in the position of team director for the 2022 World Cup.

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The team Ferrari de F1 confirmed to Mattia binotto as team manager for the 2022 World Cup, which will begin on March 20 with the Bahrain Grand Prix, a month after the first preseason rehearsals.

Binotto was ratified in the role he assumed in 2019, when he replaced Maurizio Arrivabene (currently in Juventus), during an event that announced the new organization of the house of Maranello.

Mattia binotto
Photo: Scuderia Ferrari Press Office.

Born on November 3, 1969 in Lausanne, he joined the team in 1995 as head of the Engine Test Engineering, a role in which he remained until 2003, while the following year he became Engineer Engine Racing team.

Since 2007, on the other hand, he became head of the Engineering, careers and assembly department, while 2009 he assumed as operational manager of the Engines and Kers sector.

Binotto, who in October 2013 was appointed Deputy Director of the Motors and Electronics sector, then took over as Chief Operating Officer for the Power Unit, while on July 27, 2016 it was designated as Technical support of the team.

Ferrari bets in 2022 to present a renewal to try to dethrone Mercedes in the Constructors 'Tournament and Red Bull in the Drivers' World Championship after the Dutchman's consecration in 2021 Max Verstappen, who detonated the English Lewis Hamilton, star of the German team and owner of seven crowns.

Ferrari's best position during Binotto's management was second in the 2019 Constructors' Tournament, always behind Mercedes, while the following year the Italian team finished in sixth place and in 2021 they completed the podium.

The Monegasque Charles Leclerc was responsible for two of the three victories during the Binotto cycle by winning the GP of Belgium and Italy, while the German Sebastian Vettel, replaced by the Spanish Carlos Sainz, was imposed in Singapore, all in 2019.

The four-time German world champion, currently at Aston Martin, recorded two pole positions, while Leclers conquered the other seven since Binoto's arrival at the leadership of the team.

During the 2021 season, the best location for a Ferrari car was the second place that Leclerc registered in Great Britain and Sainz in Monaco, while the Spanish also completed the podium in Hungary, Russia and Abu Dhabi.

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