Sergio Marchionne has warned that no one at Ferrari is safe unless the team starts meeting its targets.
The fabled Italian marque has failed to win a drivers’ title since Kimi Raikkonen’s in 2007, even after Marchionne swept into the presidency with bold title targets for 2016.
Recently, technical boss James Allison left Ferrari but Marchionne indicated that recent staff reinforcements are now “making an impact”.
However: “There is a commitment to close the gap,” he is quoted by La Stampa newspaper.
The report added that a rule in which anyone at Ferrari not delivering results must leave “applies to everyone, including myself”.
“We are obligated to achieving the goals we have set ourselves,” Marchionne added.