Date: 18th December 2014 at 10:17am
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Ferrari have seen a further shake-up in their management structure with senior figures leaving the team.

The news follows other high profiles departures within Ferrari during the course of 2014.

Ferrari have previously seen the departures of Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo and former team principals Stefano Domenicali and Marco Mattiacci.

Ferrari engine chief Luca Marmorini has also left during the course of 2014.

Di Montezemolo was replaced by Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne, whilst following the end of the 2014 Formula One World Championship season Maurizio Arrivabene was named as the teams new team boss.

Changes now appear to be coming thick and fast with Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry, chief designer Nikolas Tombazis and tyre chief Hirohide Hamashima all leaving or set to leave in the coming weeks.

There are even changes further down the food chain with Renato Bisignani set to stand down as the team’s press officer.

All huge indications that Ferrari are having a huge shake-up in a bid to return to past glories under the new driver line-up of former four-time Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel and 2007 F1 title holder Kimi Raikkonen.

‘Within a few days from his arrival Maurizio Arrivabene, Managing Director of Ferrari?s Gestione Sportiva and Team Principal of Scuderia Ferrari, has restructured his team with a flatter structure and clear assignment of responsibilities. a Ferrari statement quoted on Sky Sports read.