F1’s most successful constructor will unveil its new challenger on February 17 as it goes in search of its first drivers’ title since 2007.

It is the second team after Aston Martin to announce when it will be launching its new car with the Silverstone-based outfit showcasing its AMR22 on February 10.

Ferrari’s launch will take place just six days before pre-season testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on February 23.

After a disappointing 2020 campaign, Ferrari enjoyed a strong resurgence as it beat McLaren to third in the constructors’ championship last year.

Carlos Sainz scored four podiums, while Charles Leclerc stood on the rostrum on one occasion, although he did claim two pole positions in the first half of 2021.

With F1 introducing entirely new technical regulations for 2022, the Italian giant is hopeful of returning to the front of the field. 

Ferrari’s last title triumph came in 2008 when Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen secured the constructors’ championship.