JULY 4, 2014
Marmorini in danger at Ferrari - report
Yet another big name could be set for the Ferrari axe.
After the fabled Italian team's poor start to the new turbo V6 era, team boss Stefano Domenicali was replaced as team boss by Marco Mattiacci.
And the latest reports indicate that Ferrari could be tempting former technical director Ross Brawn back to Maranello with a EUR 5m per season offer.
But that might happen only after more red-uniformed heads roll.
Italy's Autosprint reports that Luca Marmorini, Ferrari's engine chief, is "in danger" of being ousted.
Correspondent Alberto Antonini said that if the rumours are true, Marmorini's younger deputy Mattia Mariz would step in.
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