Ferrari have confirmed a reshuffle of their engineering staff ahead of the 2009 season.
Despite winning the Constructors' Championship this year, the team have not been afraid to make a number of changes that they hope will help them in their quest for more success in 2009.
As well as recruiting Scuderia Toro Rosso team manager Massimo Rivola to oversee sporting activity and logistics, Kimi Raikkonen will have a new race engineer in Andrea Stella.
Team principal Stefano Domenicali confirmed the changes and team restructure when speaking to the Italian press prior to the Christmas break.
"The operations direction disappears and Mario Almondo has become responsible for quality at Gestione Industriale (the road car division)," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Massimo Rivola, previously at STR, will manage the sporting activity and logistics, regulations and circuits. Production and quality will go under the technical direction of Aldo Costa.
"We'll also have some changes on our on-track organization, still led by Luca Baldisserri. Andrea Stella - who already worked on Raikkonen's car as performance engineer - has been promoted to race engineer, while Chris Dyer (Raikkonen's former race engineer) has been appointed to a coordinating role over the engineers, including the test team. He will respond to Baldisserri.
"Diego Ioverno will be responsible for assembling, with the aid of (former Super Aguri team manager) Mick Ainsley-Cowlinshaw. We also have a man responsible for KERS development: it's Thierry Baritaud."