Ferrari Recruits Jerome d’Ambrosio and Loic Serra for Key Leadership Roles

Former Mercedes driver Jerome d’Ambrosio joins Ferrari as deputy team principal, while Loic Serra takes on the role of head of chassis performance engineering.

Ferrari, the F1 powerhouse, confirmed on Monday the recruitment of former Mercedes driver Jerome d’Ambrosio as their deputy team principal and Loic Serra as head of chassis performance engineering. Both will commence their roles with the team on October 1.

Hailing from Belgium and born in 1985, D’Ambrosio enjoyed a successful career as a racing driver until 2020, boasting a win in GP2 and three victories in Formula E. He also made 20 F1 Grand Prix appearances between 2011 and 2012, racing for Virgin Racing and Lotus.

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D’Ambrosio will serve as the second-in-command under team manager Fred Vasseur and will be responsible for overseeing the Ferrari Driver Academy, which includes promising talent Oliver Bearman, who recently debuted at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Meanwhile, Frenchman Loic Serra, who will report to Ferrari’s technical director Enrico Cardile, will assume various responsibilities in his capacity at Maranello, including track engineering, aero development, aero operations, and vehicle performance.

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