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Ferrari F60 uncovered.

The wraps have come off the car that Ferrari hopes will wrest the Formula One world title back from McLaren, as the Scuderia became the first team to unveil its 2009 contender.

Built to the latest set of F1 regulations, the car looks markedly different to those of recent years, with the wider and lower front wing and narrower, taller rear clearly visible in the initial studio-based images released from Maranello ahead of the car's official unveiling.

The car has been dubbed the F60, departing from the expected F2009 moniker that would have built on recent years, and is expected to hit the track, albeit later than scheduled, for the first time on Monday 12 January, with Felipe Massa at the wheel.

To see images of the new Ferrari F60 click here.


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Tomasz Rudnicki

January 12, 2009 10:47 AM

Compared with BMW's pre-season tester's nose, this is an excersise in styling perfection. It will be very interesting to see how all those nice (and expensive) carbonfibre front wings fly at the first corner. How many nosecones per car for Monaco? 3-4?

Emmet - Unregistered

January 12, 2009 10:03 AM

I'm very surprised, the car is much better looking than I thought it would be. I don't mind the front wing at all, but the rear wing will take a bit of getting used to. Is it just me, or are the covers over the alloy wheels look really tacky and stupid?



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