Ferrari Chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne has reportedly confirmed his retirement timeframe as early 2019 in an address in the USA regarding Fiat Chrysler's current position in the American market. Marchionne, who is currently CEO of Fiat Chrysler ... Crash.net, 6 days ago
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Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email In early November 2011, under cloudy Florentine skies, then-Ferrari president Luca Cordero di Montezemolo and Jean-Claude Biver, then-CEO (now chairman) of Hublot, arrived at Autodromo Internazionale ...Auto Week, 4 weeks ago
Ferrari's new Formula One will be called the F150 in honour of the 150th anniversary of Italy's unification Maranello: Ferrari's new Formula One car that will be unveiled Friday will be called the F150 in honour of the 150th anniversary of Italy's ...Gulf News, 3 weeks ago
by Peter Howarth meets Swiss watchmaking legend Jean-Claude Biver to talk tradition, technology and the shock of the new... Jean-Claude Biver, president of LVMH watches and the CEO of Tag Heuer, is something of a legend in horological circles.Boat International, 1 week ago
Mercedes' prospects of luring Fernando Alonso away from McLaren suffered a massive blow after his manager Flavio Briatore made it clear that they will respect the contract with the Woking-based team. Toto Wolff has confirmed that the two-time world ...MSN UK, 1 month ago Manager reveals Fernando Alonso's stance amid Mercedes interest International Business Times UK, 1 month ago
Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Fernando Alonso will not be moving to Mercedes for the 2017 Formula 1 season says the Spaniard's manager, Flavio Briatore. "How is it, whenever a seat becomes free, Fernando is always mentioned?," the ...Auto Week, 1 month ago Fernando Alonso: Spaniard is not going to Mercedes, says Flavio Briatore BBC, 1 month ago Alonso not going to Mercedes - Briatore BBC, 1 month ago
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