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'Arrivabene removed as Ferrari team principal'

Maurizio Arrivabene will be removed as Ferrari team principal and replaced by Mattia Binotto, according to reports in Italy. Arrivabene and Binotto have been reported to have been at odds for several months and Gazzetta dello Sport now claim that the technical chief has won out. Arrivabene was appointed team principal by Sergio Marchionne in 2014 and has helped lead a revival in Ferrari's fortunes, lifting them back into title contention. However, the Scuderia have fallen short in the last two years – Sebastian Vettel unable to end the dominance of Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes. Ferrari are yet to make an official announcement, but Gazzetta claim that confirmation could follow shortly...
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