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Maurizio Arrivabene Has Taken Ferrari as Far as He Can in Formula 1

December 2014. Less than three weeks after the final grand prix of another long, hard year, Ferrari's factory in the Italian town of Maranello was a dark, quiet and lonely place. No Fernando Alonso. No Luca di Montezemolo. No Stefano Domenicali. No Marco Mattiacci. No Pat Fry. No Nikolas Tombazis. No Hirohide Hamashima. And no light at the end of the tunnel. With the exception of Alonso, who fled the sinking ship to dive onto the McLaren-Honda lifeboat, all those men—those servants and, in some cases, stalwarts of the Prancing Horse—had paid for Ferrari's first winless season in two decades with their jobs. And as the Christmas and New Year period—a time for celebrations, fresh starts and ambitious targets—approache...

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