Ferrari has confirmed that the car it will use to compete in this year's Formula 1 campaign will be called the SF-24.
The Italian squad enters the new season with the hope of closing in on rivals Red Bull, who dominated last season.
Red Bull prevailed at 21 out of the 22 races staged with Ferrari being the only team to stop the Milton Keynes-based outfit from a clean sweep.
Carlos Sainz emerged from the Singapore Grand Prix victorious on a weekend during which Red Bull struggled.
Despite being the only non-Red Bull team to win a race last season, Ferrari ended the Constructors' Championship in third place behind Mercedes.
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Ferrari is set to unveil the SF-24 on February 13.
The 'SF' in the name stands for Scuderia Ferrari, and has been present in the car name ever since the 2015 season.
However, the only exception to the running theme was in 2022 when the F1-75 celebrated the company's 75th birthday.
Ferrari enters the new year having announced Charles Leclerc on a multi-year contract.
Sainz's current deal expires at the end of this year, making him a key player in the driver market as it stands.