Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has promised that the Italian Formula One team will not make major changes for 2011 despite this year's title disappointment, and he tipped Felipe Massa to return to form.
Ferrari have said they are "astonished and saddened" by criticism from Italian politician Roberto Calderoli, after he called for the resignation of their chairman in the wake of Fernando Alonso's failure to secure the Formula One title on Sunday.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo is predicting a fight to the finish in the race to crown this year's Formula One world champion and has renewed his attack on the smaller teams struggling to keep pace with their more illustrious rivals.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has leapt to the defense of the Italian Formula One team following Fernando Alonso's controversial win at the German Grand Prix on Sunday, accusing its critics of hypocrisy.
Sergio Marchionne, an independent member of Fiat's board and the chairman of Swiss chemicals group Lonza, is the front runner to take over as Fiat chief executive, a source familiar with the situation said Monday.