Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo collects his own political party. Rumors about the possible involvement of Italian politics have appeared in the middle of last year after he resigned as chairman of the board of directors of concern Fiat. Actually, with the current activities of his political activity has nothing to do. He is not going to defend the rights of the owners of supercars, or - increasingly - motorists. Mr. di Montezemolo swung to change the political course of his native Italy as well as the current prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, in his opinion, lead to the wrong place. As president di Montezemolo Ferrari can replace 34-year-old Lapo Elkann, the brethren to the chairman of the Board of Directors of Fiat John Elkann. According to knowledgeable sources, Lapo Elkann's candidacy has already supported the Managing Director of Fiat Sergio Marchionne.