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Binotto saga: What happens next, and who gets the job?

Analysis To news overview © XPBimages As predicted by RacingNews365, Mattia Binotto has resigned from the company he dedicated his entire working life to date to, and thus the salient questions are: What does he do next; who replaces him? The first is by far the easiest to answer: Although the terms of separation are obviously confidential, there are two certainties, namely that a period of gardening leave - usually six months in the EU, albeit possibly stretching to a year - will have been agreed, and that he will receive a substantial payoff after an unblemished 28-year career with Ferrari, latterly in highly remunerated executive roles. Little known is that the Swiss-born Italian owns...
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