Ferrari tease stunning 2024 livery

Ferrari have teased their 2024 livery by posting an image on social media.

Ferrari has further stoked anticipation for their SF-24 launch by offering a tantalising glimpse of their livery, hinting at a departure from the prevailing trend.

The F1 2024 launch season is in full swing as teams prepare for pre-season testing in Bahrain, scheduled from February 21-23.

Thus far, car reveals have hinted at a monochromatic theme across the F1 2024 grid, with McLaren, Haas, Williams, Sauber, Alpine, and Aston Martin opting for black exposed carbon to trim weight.

However, Ferrari appears poised to buck this trend.

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In a move suggesting a burst of colour for F1 2024, Ferrari took to social media, teasing glimpses of the SF-24 livery dominated by the iconic scarlet-red hue, sparking speculation regarding the anticipated detailed colour scheme.

Ferrari has already unveiled the F1 2024 race suits for drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, adorned with red, white, and yellow.

The teaser of the Ferrari livery reveals white driver numbers emblazoned on the cars, accentuated by a yellow highlight.

It appears Ferrari is set to introduce a tricolour SF-24, possibly nodding to the manufacturer’s 2023 Le Mans-winning hypercar.

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The full unveiling of the Ferrari SF-24 is scheduled for February 13 at 12 noon local time [11 am UK], preceding a three-day test in Bahrain.

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Following this, attention turns to the opening race weekend of the F1 2024 season at the Bahrain International Circuit, where the season commences on March 2, providing the first insights into the pecking order for the new campaign.

F1 2024 will mark the final season for the current Ferrari driver pairing of Leclerc and Sainz. Seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton is poised to switch from Mercedes to Ferrari in 2025, becoming Leclerc’s teammate.

Consequently, Sainz is on the lookout for a new team for 2025, with potential links to Mercedes, Williams, and Sauber, slated to transform into the Audi works team for 2026.