The chief executive of super car brand Ferrari is speeding off into the sunset and will be replaced by the luxury car-maker's chairman.
Amedeo Felisa has announced his intention to retire, with Sergio Marchionne taking the wheel after being spun off from Fiat Chrysler at the start of the year.
Felisa will leave the Italian car brand after nearly two decades in charge and even longer at the firm throughout his career, but will remain a technical adviser on Ferrari's board of directors.
"I have known Amedeo for more than a decade and I have had the opportunity to work with him closely for the last two years," said Marchionne.
"He is beyond any doubt one of the best automotive engineers in the world. During the last 26 years, he has worked tirelessly to fuel and guide Ferrari's technical development, producing an array of cars which have set the standard for both performance and styling."