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Luca di Montezemolo's resignation as Ferrari chairman Wednesday severs a historic link with the team's late founder Enzo and marks the end of an era for Formula One's most successful and glamorous team.The era of Ferrari dominance on the track has been over for a while, however. The Italian team have not won a championship since 2008, or a race since May last year. How soon Ferrari can do that remains an open question, with the team having gone through plenty of upheaval already in the last few months and the cost-cutting Marchionne bringing a very different managerial style.Mattiacci replaced the likable Stefano Domenicali, a lifetime Ferrari employee who was also close to Montezemolo, in April and engine head Luca Marmorini left shortly after.That would leave Ferrari searching for someone else to run the team.Brawn went on to win championships with his own outfit, subsequently sold to Mercedes, in 2009 after the Ferrari "dream team" had broken up.
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