Montezemolo, 64, has sent a letter to the party, which gathers 40,000 members, asking it to prepare for an election and announcing a few proposals aimed at reducing the effects of the economic crisis. He plans to reform economy, changing the tax system for those with high revenues, to eliminate governemnt waste and add new jobs.
This raises an important question: will the move cause di Montezemolo to leave Ferrari? The matter is complex and there are no details linked to this available at the moment. He has been Ferrari’s president for two decades and resignation is not a simple option.