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Mattia Binotto is best known as the former Team Principal of Scuderia Ferrari, the racing team division of the Italian sports car manufacturer. He ascended to this role in 2019, after years of contributing to Ferrari’s technical and engineering departments. He supported in the role until 2022.
Binotto’s professional life has largely been intertwined with Ferrari, having joined the company in 1995 as a test engine engineer. Over the years, he climbed the ranks and took on multiple responsibilities, including Chief Operating Officer of the power unit and eventually becoming the Chief Technical Officer. His technical and leadership acumen have been instrumental in navigating Ferrari through various Formula 1 seasons, with strategies and car designs that are both innovative and competitive.
Throughout his career, Mattia Binotto has collaborated closely with an array of key players in the Formula 1 world, shaping Ferrari’s course and influencing the larger racing landscape. Some of these significant collaborations include partnerships with drivers like Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc, and Carlos Sainz Jr. His technical and managerial roles have also led to working relationships with Ferrari Chairmen John Elkann and Louis Camilleri, and even competing team principals such as Toto Wolff of Mercedes and Christian Horner of Red Bull Racing. Other collaborations extend to sponsors and partners like Philip Morris International and Shell. He’s also engaged with FIA officials like Jean Todt, and broadcasting personalities like David Croft, offering insights into the intricacies of F1 racing.
A hallmark of Binotto’s career are the titles and distinctions he’s helped Ferrari achieve under his leadership. Under his technical guidance, Ferrari won the Constructors’ Championship in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2007. His strategies have also assisted individual drivers in obtaining the World Drivers’ Championship.