Ferrari’s former technical director Roberto Fedeli will join BMW

Article by Andrew Christian, on October 8, 2014

Ferrari seems to loose some important persons and after the departure of its chairman Luca di Montezemolo, the Italian company also lost its technical director Roberto Fedeli. According to a Ferrari spokesman, Fedeli left the company on September 13 and apparently, his departure is not linked to the one of di Montezemolo.

For those who don’t know, Roberto Fedeli jointed Ferrari back in 1998 and he is the man responsible for all Ferrari cars since 2007. LaFerrari is the latest vehicle engineered by Fedeli.

Although BMW didn’t reveal what role he will have at BMW, we expect to see him share his experience with the M performance division or even with Rolls-Royce. At Ferrari, Fedeli was replaced by company’s chief technological officer Michael Leiters.

Leiters joined Ferrari in January and he used to work for Porsche.

Topics: ferrari, bmw

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