JANUARY 30, 1995
Lombardi moved sideways at Ferrari
In addition to Lombardi, Ferrari's 1994 technical director Valerio Bianchi has also left the team, leaving all the technical departments now reporting directly to team boss Jean Todt.
Paolo Martinelli, who currently heads Ferrari's road car engine design department, has been named as Lombardi's replacement.
Former McLaren engineer Giorgio Ascanelli has also joined the team and will take control of all race engineering.
Ferrari is due to unveil its new V12-engined 646 chassis at Maranello, Italy, next Monday. The John Barnard-designed car is rumored to be fairly conventional, but it is expected to feature only two-pedals and a largely composite gearbox. A V10 engine is in the pipeline for later in the year.