Ferrari has confirmed a restructuring of its Formula 1 engine department amid its disappointing 2014 campaign.
With the team's new V6 turbo falling short of pacesetter Mercedes, the Italian outfit is aware of the need to make big changes for next season.
Part of that effort has included a new approach to the structure, with long-serving engine chief Luca Marmorini having left the team.
Ferrari has now announced that Mattia Binotto will become the chief operating officer of its power unit department. He will work closely with technical director James Allison.
Lorenzo Sassi, who has worked at Ferrari's engine department since 2006, will be chief designer of the power unit.