That's right, Stefano Domenicali - who led Scuderia Ferrari F1 to take the Constructors Championship in 2008 - will take over as the new President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini on March 15th. The 50 year old Imola native, Domenicali, has seemingly lived and breathed Ferrari his entire professional career. After studying Business Administration in Bologna, he began his career with Ferrari, first in finance, then moving to Scuderia Ferrari as Head of Business Planning and Director of the Ferrari-owned Mugello circuit. From there, he moved into Formula One as Scuderia Ferrari's Sporting Director in 1998, and after a short departure from Ferrari, returned in 2008 to become the Team Principal and win the Formula One Constructors Championship the same year. Many people will now find themselves wondering, will he bring Lamborghini to Formula One? A valid question as his career has seemed to be strongly pointed towards F1, in fact he still holds a seat on the F.I.A. World MotorSport Council as the President of the F.I.A. Single Seater Commission. So with his strong ties to F1, it is reasonable to believe he may have some ambitions to bring Lamborghini to the sport - though Lamborghini themselves have given no indication as of yet that may be the case. With his impeccable CV, there is no doubt Domenicali will serve as a suitable replacement to his predecessor, Stephan Winkelmann, who brought massive changes and success to the brand during his tenure. While the possibility of a Lambo-liveried F1 car is little more than a question, one thing is for sure, F1 fans and Lamborghini fans alike will be anxiously awaiting an answer. What do you think? Will Stefan Domenicali push for Lamborghini to join F1, or is he trying to make a departure from the sport? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.