Todt resigns as Ferrari CEO, replaced by Felisa


MILAN, March 18 (Reuters) - Ferrari Chief Executive Officer Jean Todt resigned on Tuesday and will be replaced by General Manager Amedeo Felisa, the company said in a statement. Todt headed Ferrari's Formula One team when the Italian carmaker won six straight constructors' titles between 1999 and 2004 with driver Michael Schumacher. In 2006 Todt became CEO of the Maranello, Italy-based luxury sportscar builder. Todt said he had wanted to stay at Ferrari while Chairman Luca Cordero di ...

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