Enzo Matera: Headed for a new challenge at Ferrari

Enzo Mori is set to take over as Ferrari team principal at the end of the 2018 season.

The 35-year-old Italian, who has led the Italian Grand Prix team since 2007, said the new challenge presented itself in a “new way” and that he will “do everything possible” to ensure Ferrari is back in the Formula One conversation.

“We are on a great journey now.

It’s the time to build up the future of the brand and I’m happy to do that,” he told Motorsport.com.”

“That was a new and challenging challenge. “

It was a challenge for me. “

That was a new and challenging challenge.

It was a challenge for me.

I have a lot of experience.

I am a team principal in Ferrari.

I know the sport.

I’ve been there before and I can be there again.

Ferrari, in fact, was the only other manufacturer to lose a single race to Renault in 2018. “

I think we can achieve success with the new challenges we have to face.”

Ferrari, in fact, was the only other manufacturer to lose a single race to Renault in 2018.

It finished second to Renault at Silverstone but lost out to Mercedes in Australia, the same day that the Japanese team won the championship.

The team had struggled under new Ferrari driver Felipe Massa, who had taken a season-ending suspension on the same weekend as the team’s first victory at Silverwood.

Mori’s first job as team principal came on May 1 when former F1 boss Marco Mattiacci resigned to take a role as a technical advisor to Ferrari.

The Italian was appointed as the technical advisor for Ferrari’s next race at the Japanese Grand Prix in November.

Marek Rutkowski, a former team principal who is now at Renault, was appointed to a second job in the new year as a consultant for Ferrari.

Rutkowski, who is also the chairman of Renault, will be a member of the team management team and will help decide which drivers receive the necessary backing to race for Ferrari in 2018 and beyond.

“It was a big decision for me to come back to Ferrari,” said Rutkowski.

I was also lucky to be involved in the decision-making process. “

It was the right decision, it was the best decision for my family.

I was also lucky to be involved in the decision-making process.

We have the talent. “

We have the best drivers in the world and I think we have a very talented team.

We have the talent.

We are a very strong team.

I think that we can be successful in the future.”

Rutkoys team principal role will begin in January, when he will have to make the decision whether to leave Ferrari for a return to Formula One.

Materas role, meanwhile, will end on January 1 when the team begins the process of hiring a new team principal.

Materas will be responsible for recruiting drivers to take part in the next three races in 2018, the first race in Japan on March 18 and the race in China on April 2.

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