NOVEMBER 16, 2000
Di Montezemolo will not quit as Ferrari chief
Di Montezemolo was rumored to be ready to stand down after Michael Schumacher secured the first drivers' crown in 21 years for the Italian marque.
But he has rubbished the suggestions and said that he is hungry for more success and wants to remain with the team for the rest of his life.
"I will remain with Ferrari and I won't be leaving," Di Montezemolo said. "That is a decision for life.
"We have done exceptionally well this year and I am sure that we will win the world championship again next season. That is why I don't want to leave."
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