FERRARI UNVEILS NEW 2009 CAR
Ferrari has ushered in Formula 1's radically new era of technical regulations by becoming the first team to unveil a bona-fide 2009 car.
The reigning world champion squad released studio pictures of the car it is calling the F60 via an online launch on Monday morning, with the challenger getting its track debut in the hands of Felipe Massa at Mugello later today.
FERRARI UNVEIL THEIR 2009 F60
Ferrari became the first team to unveil their 2009 challenger when they launched the F60, which will most likely be known as the F2009, at Maranello on Monday.
The Scuderia, who will be keen to wrestle back the World title from McLaren this season, put the new car on display, revealing many of the new odd looking 2009 regulations.
FERRARI FIRST TEAM TO UNVEIL 2009 CAR
Ferrari have become the first team to unveil their 2009 car, ahead of the first run of their F60 at Mugello in Italy on Monday.
The car has been named as a way of celebrating the fact that Ferrari are the only team to have competed in each of the 60 years of the Formula One world championship.