FERRARI poured their ‘heart and soul’ into designing their new car for the 2022 F1 season and are hoping to make fans ‘proud once again.’
The car has been named F1-75 to mark 75 years since founder Enzo Ferrari manufactured the first car.
And significant changes have been made to meet the radical new rules to improve wheel-to-wheel racing.
Ferrari have kept the traditional colours of red and black.
Team principal Mattia Binotto said on the car: “I have to tell you that we have definitely put our heart and soul into this car.
“I’d like the F1-75 to be up for the fight on track at every grand prix, to go toe-to-toe with our rivals aiming to be the very best.
“We have a responsibility to our company and to our partners, but most of all I’d like this car to perform in such a way that our fans can once again be proud of Ferrari.”
Ferrari are hoping the glory days of old will return having not won a race for two seasons.
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In fact, The Prancing Horse’s last champion was now-retired driver Kimi Raikkonen back in 2007.
They head into the start of the new season next month with an un-changed driver line-up.
Charles Leclerc and Spaniard Carlos Sainz will once again be team-mates with the latter getting the edge in last year’s standings.
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