Ferrari has confirmed it will live stream the launch of its new Formula 1 car for the 2019 season on February 15.

Ferrari announced back in December that it would be unveiling the successor to last year's SF71H in Maranello three days before the start of pre-season testing in Barcelona, but has made no further details public since then.

After issuing a short clip of the car's engine being fired up at the end of last month, Ferrari has now confirmed its live stream plans for the launch.

"There are just ten days to go until the launch of Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow’s new Formula 1 car, which will take place in Maranello at 10.45 (CET) on 15 February," a short note on Ferrari's website read.

"All fans and enthusiasts can follow the whole event via live streaming on Ferrari’s website and the unveiling on the Scuderia’s social channels."

Ferrari will be the only team revealing its car on February 15, being the penultimate team to unveil its 2019 challenger. Only Sauber (February 18) is currently scheduled to launch later than Ferrari.

Ferrari will enter the new season with a revised driver line-up following the arrival of Charles Leclerc in place of Kimi Raikkonen, as well as being under new management in the form of Mattia Binotto, who replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal in January.

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