Ferrari has unveiled the SF70H, the Formula 1 car with which it will compete in the 2017 season.
The launch ceremony took place at Ferrari’s test track in Fiorano in the presence of team principal Maurizio Arrivabene.
Contrary to popular belief, Ferrari have retained white patches on its livery, with the traditional red staying as the predominant colour.
Like Mercedes, Ferrari have opted for a ‘T-shaped wing on the rear of the car
The SF70H will be raced by world champions Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, both drivers on the final year of their contracts with the Scuderia.
The car has been designed by Mattia Binotto, who was promoted to the post of chief technical officer following the departure of James Allison.
Ferrari will be hoping to arrest its downward slope in performance and return to the very forefront of Formula 1 after a winless season in 2016.
The Maranello-based outfit finished third in the championship last year, behind Mercedes and Red Bull.