Ferrari have announced that they will launch their 2022 F1 car on 17 February, shortly before pre-season testing begins.
The Italian team are the second to confirm a car launch date, following Aston Martin, which will reveal their new car a week earlier on 10 February.
F1 is preparing to head into a new era with overhauled technical regulations, aimed at making the sport more equitable and sustainable while improving the racing.
Ferrari head into this phase off the back of a much-improved 2021 season, having risen from sixth to third in the standings. This was despite switching their focus to 2022 early on, making use of more wind tunnel hours than their rivals in the process.
Charles Leclerc will continue with the outfit for a fourth season, while Carlos Sainz stays on for his second, having impressed en route to fifth in last year's standings, two places ahead of his teammate.
The first F1 pre-season test will take place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya from 23-25 February.
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