Italian automaker Ferrari recently announced it has reappointed Amedeo Felisa as the company’s chief executive and Luca Cordero di Montezemolo as chairman.
The luxury Italian sports car maker, which is controlled by Fiat, recently declared that Giorgio Fossati, Antonio Picca Piccon, Scott Garberding and Harald J. Wester had joined the board and replaced outgoing directors, including Lindsay Owen Jones, Paolo Monferino, Sir Christopher Gent and Gianni Coda.
The chief executive of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Sergio Marchionne, will keep his position on the board, and so are Alfredo Altavilla, Marco Piccinini and Richard Palmer. Ferrari’s deputy chairman remains Piero Ferrari, the son of the automaker’s founder Enzo Ferrari.
On another matter, at the Barrett Jackson auction which took place this January, Ferrari managed to fetch four of the six places on the list with the most expensive vehicles. A 1985 Ferrari 250 GT California long-wheelbase Spyder was the most expensive of them, selling for $8.8 million and the auction house even believes this was aScottsdalerecord.
A 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet was sold for $6.1 million, a 1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica SI Coupe fetched $3.3 million and a 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Coupe found a new owner with $3.1 million.