Ferrari are set to replace Formula One team boss Maurizio Arrivabene with technical head Mattia Binotto after their bright start to the season faltered and they failed to win any titles last year.
Ferrari are set to replace Formula One team boss Maurizio Arrivabene with technical head Mattia Binotto after failing to win any titles last year, Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport reported on Monday.
Ferrari won six of the 21 races last season but their title challenge evaporated in the second half of the year and Mercedes won both the drivers' and constructors' crowns for the fifth year in a row.
Strategic blunders by the team last year only increased the pressure on the boss.
Ferrari's drivers for the 2019 season are four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, runner-up to Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton last year, and Monaco's Charles Leclerc who has replaced Kimi Raikkonen.
Finland's Raikkonen, world champion in 2007, remains the most recent title winner for the sport's oldest, most successful and glamorous team.