Such as Toto Wolff has been linked to, formula 1 teams would not be happy to see a former team boss have a role, says the CEO of Ferrari.
F1 is led by Chase Carey as an executive, together with the American on a rolling contract that he is pleased to continue that may finish after the 2020 season.
Speculation has assembled over who may replace Carey, together with Mercedes boss Wolff – one of the key components of F1‘s dominating staff because he took a leadership role – among those connected using a position helping operate F1.
After the rumors about an expected Wolff/F1 link originally climbed, the Austrian said there was an “agenda” behind it.
“I think that anybody who has really been a busy and important player in a certain team over the past years, to take on the responsibility at F1 would automatically produce conflicts of interest, perceived or otherwise,” said Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri, if asked for his view about an ex-team boss such as Wolff potentially running F1.
“So I personally think it would not be a good thing concerning who must finally run F1.”
When the commercial rights of the championship were taken over by Liberty Carey triumphed Bernie Ecclestone as F1 CEO.
Under his leadership, although there has been difficulty achieving the goal of an increase in sponsors, F1 has added a brand new race in Vietnam and restored that the Dutch Grand Prix, with the two occasions part of this 2020 calendar