Filed under: Motorsports , Ferrari You’d think that with former Ferrari principal Jean Todt running the FIA , the relationship between the motorsport governing body and the team he once called home would be a solid one. But his former boss expects more from the organization that overseas Formula One . In a recent interview (excerpts from which you can read below ), Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo pointed to some perceived inconsistencies in rulings made by FIA officials this season and called for “strong changes.” Among those controversies was a drive-through penalty handed to Felipe Massa at the season-closing Brazilian Grand Prix last weekend, his last for the Scuderia.
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Ferrari boss Montezemolo expects big changes from FIA