Luca di Montezemolo has played down rumours Marco Mattiacci is only a stop-gap solution at the top of the Ferrari team.
It is rumoured Gerhard Berger or Ross Brawn are the more likely long-term successors following Stefano Domenicali's sudden resignation.
Flavio Briatore has already ruled himself out. "I have another job," he told La Repubblica newspaper.
Ferrari president Montezemolo, however, rejected the rumours, insisting Mattiacci is the man for the job.
"He will already start to make a difference at the Chinese grand prix," he is quoted by the Ansa news agency.
"He's going to be at the helm for a long time. I am also going to be closer to the team during this...
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