Born in Bologna (Italy), he graduated in Law from the University of Rome in 1971, later specialising in International Commercial Law at Columbia University of New York.
He joined Ferrari in 1973 as assistant to Enzo Ferrari, a position he held until 1977, and was also the company’s Sporting Director from 1974 to 1975. During this period, he won two Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championships with Niki Lauda in 1975 and 1977, before being appointed Director of External Relations for the Fiat Group.Read more
Ferrari took two Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championship titles during his tenure (1975 and 1977, both with Nikki Lauda).
Montezemolo was subsequently appointed head of public relations of the Fiat Group. In 1981, he took up the post of CEO at Itedi S.p.A., the Fiat Group’s publishing division whose titles include the Italian newspaper La Stampa. In 1984, Montezemolo took over at the helm of Cinzano International S.p.A. and also organised the Azzurra challenge, Italy’s first ever foray into the America’s Cup.
From 1985 to 1990 he devoted himself to the world of football as head of Italia ’90, organising Italy’s hosting of the World Cup finals. At the end of the World Cup, Montezemolo took over as CEO of RCS Video, before making the move back to Ferrari in November 1991.
Between 1997 and March 2005, he was also Chairman of Maserati S.p.A. From 2001 to 2004, he chaired the Italian Federation of Newspaper Publishers (FIEG). Between 2004 and 2008, Montezemolo also held the post of Chairman of the Association of Italian Industries, Confindustria and from 2004 to 2010 he has been the Chairman of the Fiat Group.
Luca di Montezemolo also sits on the boards of directors of several other important Italian and foreign organisations and has been chairman of Telethon, an Italian foundation that raises funds for research into muscular dystrophy, since July 2009.
Born in Castelvetro in Modena on 22 May 1945, Piero Ferrari is the son of the company’s founder Enzo, and has been with Ferrari from a young age.
Piero has held senior positions in both the Racing and Industrial divisions of the company. In February 2005, he received an honorary degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Modena.
Piero also runs his own engineering business, and is Chairman of Piaggio Aero Industries.
Amedeo Felisa was born in 1946 in Milan and graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University Politecnico of Milan.
Amedeo joined Alfa Romeo’s Innovation and Experimentation Department in 1972 and became Head of Product Development in 1987.
In 1990 he joined Ferrari, and in July 2001 he became General Manager of the Gran Turismo Department.
In June 2004, Amedeo was appointed Deputy General Manager of Ferrari SpA, retaining his role as Gran Turismo General Manager. In 2006 Amedeo became General Manager of Ferrari and CEO of Ferrari in 2008.
In Ferrari since 2001, from April 2014 he is Head of Gestione Sportiva of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since November 2013 he has been Administration, Finance and Control Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since February 2014 he has been Entertainment and Events Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since April 2010 he has been Commercial & Marketing Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since January 2008 he has been Communication Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since January 2014 he has been Chief Technology Officer of Ferrari S.p.a.
Since 2006 he has been Human Resources and General Secretariat Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A
Since January 2010 Design Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.
Since January 2014 he has been CEO of Ferrari Brand S.p.a.
Since November 2012 he has been Senior Vice President, Production Processes Competitiveness of Ferrari S.p.A
Since January 2014 he has been Digital Senior Vice President of Ferrari S.p.A.