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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 25 / 14

Ferrari F1 has appointed MAURIZIO ARRIVABENE as its new team principal, replacing MARCO MATTIACCI , "who himself only took the post in April." Arrivabene becomes the Scuderia's third chief in '14 and will "take the titles of Managing Director of Gestione Sportiva and Team Principal of Scuderia Fe...

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