FIA president Jean Todt made a visit to Ferrari headquarters.
FIA president Jean Todt made a visit to Maranello last Friday. That is the case of the no doubt understood Ferrari media insider Leo Turrini, written work on his Quotidiano blog.
Before Todt was spotted appreciating the legendary Le Mans 24 hour race at the weekend, he made a trip to Ferrari’s Italian base camp, Turrini said.
Flippant, Turrini estimated that the 69-year-old previous Ferrari boss may have been enjoying “sentimentality”, making a trip for a plate of tortellini, or enquiring about purchasing another red street auto.
He wanted to discuss the future of formula one with at present Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene and also the shape of its next regulations.
Then again maybe he needed to discuss Ferrari’s joint effort with the 2016 American contestant Haas, which Turrini says has been “the subject of grumblings by Mercedes and Red Bull”.
However, additionally uncertain at present is Todt himself, especially as the game ends up in a time of profound contemplation in the midst of boiling over civil arguments about tenets and administration.
“Todt,” wrote Times correspondent Kevin Eason, “is seen as a detached figure in F1, unable and unwilling to intervene in its problems.” (GMM).