Ferrari has launched the F1-75 at Maranello ahead of the 2022 Formula 1 season.
Unveiled via a live stream the new livery features a return of Santander as a sponsor as well as several interesting features.
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The team opted to reveal its car rather than a show version or digital rendering evident by the louvres on the engine cover and the DRS activator on the rear wing.
The floor is also more extensive than several other teams though expect further changes to the rear of the floor area by the time the car rolls out for testing.
Despite several rumours suggesting otherwise, Ferrari appears to have stuck with a push-rod front suspension design and has also opted for a split rear wing support beam, as seen on the Haas, AlphaTauri and Aston Martin.
The car has been named in honour of the 75th anniversary of the first production car that left the factory.