Maurizio Arrivabene’s Ferrari stint in numbers
Experience a quick recap of the Italian’s four years at Ferrari.
Ferrari confirmed Monday evening Maurizio Arrivabene will leave the team with immediate effect after four seasons of failing to deliver a World Championship.
Current Technical Director Mattia Binotto will take over the Team Principal role ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
In this video, learn how many Grands Prix Arrivabene spent with the team and how many wins and podiums Ferrari amassed.
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