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Take home an exclusive piece of F1 memorabilia when you bid on these two engine valves from the 2013 Ferrari.

One valve is new, the other is used. Both have been mounted on a carbon support which has been signed by Italian engineer Mattia Binotto, team principal and technical director of the Ferrari race team.

In 1995 Binotto joined Scuderia Ferrari within the engine department. He was part of the team during the successful early 2000s, being of similar age as then lead driver Michael Schumacher, who also joined Ferrari around that time. In 2013 he became responsible for the engine department, before being appointed Chief Technical Officer of Ferrari on 27 July 2016, replacing James Allison. During Binotto's two years as a technical director, Ferrari once more competed for regular race wins and also ended a five-year pole position drought. In 2019 he was promoted Team Principal when Maurizio Arrivabene left the team.

Donated by
Mattia Binotto

Item #L7717

  • In condition as donated.

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