On the surface, such a decision would appear to be as a result of F1's budget cap and Ferrari's need to migrate staff into other projects in order to cut costs.
Binotto, however, insists this is not the case. He said: "No, it is not a consequence of the financial regulations at all.
"I think the problem has been evaluated from the company point of view, of interest, and somehow we decided as Ferrari to be involved.
“Will I be in charge? First, I think we should understand that Ferrari is a unit company. It does not matter who is in charge and who they are responsible of, but no, I will not be directly myself in charge."
Camilleri said: "The welfare and wellbeing of our employees, as we have proven through this pandemic, is priority number one, and yes, we are looking at reallocating those resources to other activities.
"One of them, clearly and the most important is shifting those resources to the GT side, which is the road cars, but also potentially, IndyCar is one."
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