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Actually, with Fiat's 98% stake ('08), and Montezemolo's replacement as Chairman of Fiat by Elkann ('10), Ferrari road car and the Scuderia are connected primarily by marketing and no longer operationally intertwined. Fiat provides access to tech resources, but the days of Ferrari road cars being stuff they did on the side to kill time between races are over. Monte is an important connector between the two sides, as Ferrari Chairman, and an important player in F1, but the Scuderia is no longer the center of Ferrari as it once was in Enzo's days.