Weeks after the rumours first emerged, Ferrari has this week finally admitted that engine boss Luca Marmorini is leaving the Italian team.
He began working at Maranello decades ago, returning late in 2009 after heading the now-departed Toyota's F1 engine department.
But Marmorini, like ousted team boss Stefano Domenicali, appears to have paid the price for Ferrari's disappointing start to the new energy-boosted turbo V6 era.
In a short media statement, Ferrari said it has promoted from within to replace Marmorini, and affirmed that James Allison and Nikolas Tombazis remain in charge of the chassis side.
Ferrari made no mention of Pat Fry, the Briton who joined Ferrari from McLaren in a...
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