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Luca di Montezemolo

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo (Italian pronunciation: [ˈluːka korˈdɛːro di monteˈddzɛːmolo]) (born 31 August 1947 in Bologna) is an Italian businessman ... More »Luca Cordero di Montezemolo (Italian pronunciation: [ˈluːka korˈdɛːro di monteˈddzɛːmolo]) (born 31 August 1947 in Bologna) is an Italian businessman and Chairman of Ferrari. He was also Chairman of Fiat S.p.A from 2004 to 2010 and President of Confindustria from 2004 to 2008 and FIEG. He comes from an aristocratic family from the region of Piedmont in Italy. His net worth is estimated at $400 million. Born in Bologna, he is the youngest son of Massimo Cordero dei Marchesi di Montezemolo (1920–2009), a Piedmontese aristocrat whose family served the Royal House of Savoy for generations, and Clotilde Neri (b. 1922), niece of famed Italian surgeon Vincenzo Neri. His uncle, Admiral Giorgio Cordero dei Marchesi di Montezemolo (1918–1986) was a commander in the Royal Italian Navy in WWII. His grandfather, Mario (1888–1960) and great-grandfather Carlo (1858–1943) were both Generals in the Italian Army. He is also a cousin of Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo, who became a cardinal in 2006... [ Wikipedia ]

Hamilton Again Beats Rosberg as Mercedes Rules in Bahrain

So it was that after the series had a calm race in Malaysia, and some fans and critics within the series — including Luca di Montezemolo, the chairman of Ferrari — said the new formula was a complete failure in providing a good spectacle, the series provided a passionate race — even if ...

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Luca di Montezemolo denies Ferrari want to change F1 because they're not competitive

Last Updated: 06/04/14 1:49pm Luca di Montezemolo has denied Ferrari want to change F1 because of their current lack of competitiveness and insisted that a move away from the current rules would benefit the sport's long-term future. Speaking as he arrived in the paddock ahead to discuss ...

Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One is currently 'unacceptable' for fans

Bernie Ecclestone will meet Ferrari president, Luca di Montezemolo, and the FIA chief, Jean Todt, about the future of the sport. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images Formula One is currently "unacceptable" for fans, according to its chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone. Ecclestone was ...

F1: Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg in Mercedes 1-2 in Bahrain

(CNN) -- Bernie Ecclestone had called it "unacceptable," while Ferrari's president chimed in on the lack of engine noise and apparent "taxi driving" enforced by fuel restrictions -- but Formula One delivered what its fans most want on Sunday. Pure racing. The exhilarating sight -- if not sound ...

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Sebastian Vettel comes under attack from Ron Dennis over F1's new look

He had had talks with the F1 chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone, and the Ferrari president, Luca di Montezemolo. A working group will be set up by the FIA to discuss ways of increasing the noise of the new 1.6litre V6 turbo engines. Earlier Ecclestone had said that F1 was "unacceptable" ...

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Bahrain Grand Prix 2014: Sebastian Vettel comes under fire for his comments about engine noise

The agreement comes after Bernie Ecclestone, the sport’s octogenarian supremo, and Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari’s president, gave strong criticism of Formula One’s new rules. Ecclestone said earlier in the day that the current state of the sport was “not acceptable to the public”. The ...

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Lewis Hamilton holds off Nico Rosberg as Mercedes dominate in Bahrain

Photograph: Paul Gilham/Getty Images In a spectacular Bahrain Grand Prix, and one that held up to high ridicule the recent criticisms of the Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, Lewis Hamilton took the chequered flag to cut his ...

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F1: Lewis Hamilton holds off Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to win thrilling Bahrain Grand Prix

Note: We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Lewis Hamilton survived a pulsating battle with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to clinch back-to-back victories for the first time in four ...

Ron Dennis unhappy with Sebastian Vettel's sweary condemnation of new F1

" Making their presence felt in the Bahrain paddock, but meeting a robust opponent in the form of Dennis, both Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo and F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone voiced their unhappiness with the current look, feel and noise of the new type of formula on Sunday. But ...

BBC Sport Jean Todt: FIA president resists demand for rule changes

By Andrew Benson Chief F1 writer, in Bahrain FIA president Jean Todt says Formula 1 will improve the sound of its new engines, but dismissed demands from Ferrari and Red Bull for rule changes. Todt, the head of motor sport's world governing body, said he could "not just listen to all the ...

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Bernie Ecclestone says new F1 rules 'unacceptable', calls for change

" Ecclestone is in Bahrain to discuss the current F1 landscape with the sports chiefs and Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo. While a big fan of the new engines he felt that they were out of place in F1. "What is wrong is these fantastic engines," he said. "The engines are without a ...

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Bernie Ecclestone says two new teams have been granted entries to the F1 grid

The F1 supremo is at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix to hold talks with both FIA President Jean Todt and Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo. Their agenda is wide-ranging, with the much-publicised fallout from changes to the technical regulations expected to be discussed, as well as ...

Bernie Ecclestone claims Mercedes will be 'leaders' in rule changes, as he claims state of F1 is 'no...

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo will meet with FIA president Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone in the paddock today to discuss possible rule changes, including lifting the fuel-flow restriction. However, Mercedes, which has won the first two races of the sport's greener era, feel the ...

F1: Bernie Ecclestone vows to change 'unacceptable' state of Formula 1 to improve spectacle for fan...

Note: We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Bernie Ecclestone believes the current state of Formula One is “unacceptable” to the sport's fans and has vowed to make changes. Ecclestone ...

Formula One chiefs to meet Ferrari but Mercedes defend rule changes

The Mercedes motorsport chief, Toto Wolff, does not expect any changes to the rules this season. Photograph: Hoch Zwei/Corbis The Bahrain Grand Prix will take place against a background of unrest in the F1 paddock, with some leading figures unhappy about the new rules and regulations. There ...

Bahrain Grand Prix 2014: Nico Rosberg takes pole position ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton...

Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari’s president, who has been avowedly against the changes, will descend on the paddock today for further meetings before the lights go out on Bahrain’s first night race. It is a race which, barring a mechanical catastrophe, one of Hamilton or Rosberg look almost ...

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton wins Bahrain GP

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo had expressed his fears that Formula One had become like "taxi-cab driving" with new fuel conservation regulations ahead of the encounter, but Sunday's race was a great advert for the sport...

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Montezemolo left track during Bahrain thriller

Luca di Montezemolo (ITA) with James Allen (GBR), Journalist and BBC Radio 5 Live Commentator, 06.04.2014, Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir / XPB Luca di Montezemolo did not wait to see Ferrari's drivers collect the dregs of the points in Bahrain. The Ferrari president, having earlier ...

F1 needs to change to prevent decline Luca di Montezemolo

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says changes to Formula One are needed to prevent it going into decline. Bernie Ecclestone has expressed his concerns about the new formula and believes all the teams will get behind changes, including an increase in the fuel allowance. Montezemolo ...

Ferrari does not want Formula 1 changes to affect team performance

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says his push to make Formula 1 more 'extreme' again is not about trying to make his team more competitive. After arriving at the Bahrain Grand Prix for talks with FIA president Jean Todt to discuss the current spectacle, di Montezemolo ...

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