The Italian outfit revealed the F1-75 - which features a new red and black livery - on Thursday afternoon, as it became the seventh team to launch its all-new car ahead of the upcoming 2022 season. 

Ferrari bounced back from a dire 2020 campaign in which it slipped to sixth in the constructors’ championship to beat McLaren to third in 2021 following a season-long tussle. 

The introduction of a new hybrid system proved to be a key factor in Ferrari overhauling McLaren to P3 as the Maranello-based squad went some way in addressing the major performance setback it had suffered on the power unit side the previous season. 

That design will be incorporated into Ferrari’s 2022 power unit, which has been significantly updated. 

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Ferrari hope the innovation on its 2022 car and engine, along with a major overhaul to F1’s technical regulations, can help it make a push to the front of the grid. 

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz once again form Ferrari’s 2022 driver line-up, which team principal Mattia Binotto believes is the strongest on the entire F1 grid. 

The pair scored five podiums and two pole positions between them in their first campaign together to help Ferrari recover from its worst season in 40 years. 

Reigning world champions Mercedes will be the next team to take the wraps off a 2022 challenger in an online reveal on Friday. 

Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and new teammate George Russell will be on hand to reveal the W13 before shaking it down for the first time at Silverstone