Mario Almondo

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Mario Almondo
BornMilan, Italy
NationalityItalian Flag of Italy
OccupationEngineer, Currently Operations Director of Scuderia Ferrari 2007-Present

Mario Almondo is an Italy engineer, currently Operations Director of the Ferrari Formula One team.


Almondo studied Engineering and Industry Management at the Politecnico di Milano of Milan. After brief spells as a Lecturer, in Military service and in Italian industry, he joined Ferrari in 1991 Formula One season as an Engineer. After working both in Ferrari's road and race car divisions, he was promoted to become Industrial Director of the F1 operation in 1995 Formula One season.

Following Ross Brawn's decision to leave Ferrari in October 2006 Formula One season, Almondo took his role of Technical Director.[1]. On 12th November 2007 he was made operations director[2].


  1. Brawn quits at Ferrari article, retrieved October 27, 2006.
  2. Ferrari Announce New Tech Structure [1], November 12, 2007.
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