Ferrari has confirmed that Louis Camilleri has resigned as CEO and board member “for personal reasons”.

Although Ferrari did not say the cause, Bloomberg said Camille was hospitalized for the coronavirus, saying “there is no serious reason to leave her”. President John Elkan has resigned as director.

Camilleri moved to Sergio Marcianne after his death in 2018, and during his stay Ferrari saw SF90 Stradale and Spider, Portofino M and Roma, to name a few new features, as well as his own work.

“Ferrari is a part of my life and being a CEO is a big responsibility for me,” Camilleri said in a statement. “I am proud of the many responsibilities the company has had since 2018 and look forward to the best years to come for Ferrari.”

“I want to thank Louis for his determination,” he added, “and we wish him and his family a long and happy life. Elkan is now careful to find a replacement for Camilleri.”