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2020 | 02 | 11 Car Launch Reggio Emilia, 11 February 2020 – Ferrari’s 2020 challenger is called the SF1000, reflecting the fact that, at some point this season, the Scuderia will be the first team ever to take part in 1000 Formula 1 Grands Prix, in this the year that the top racing category celebrates its 70th anniversary. The SF1000, built entirely in Maranello, was launched tonight at the Romolo Valli Municipal Theatre in the town of Reggio Emilia. It was a gala evening that celebrated the marque’s Italian identity, in a setting that reflected the essence of Italy in terms of the national flag, art, architecture and music.

The unveiling will take place at Reggio Emilia’s Teatro Valli on Tuesday 11 February 18.30 CET

Scuderia Ferrari will launch the Formula 1 car it will race this year at the historic Romolo Valli Municipal Theatre, in the city of Reggio Emilia. The curtain goes up at 18.30 on Tuesday 11 February, while fans can follow the presentation live, as it streams on the Scuderia’s digital platforms*.

Sebastian Vettel spent the morning in Maranello, in meetings with the engineers and Team Principal Mattia Binotto, looking ahead to the new season. Over in the Vehicle Assembly area, mechanics were on hand as Seb had his first seat fitting in the new car to check out his position in the cockpit.

Seat-fit. Just before midday, the German, who is third in the list of Ferrari race winners behind Michael Schumacher and Niki Lauda, stepped into what will be the sixth Ferrari he has raced. It was an opportunity to give his impressions to the mechanics and get a first look at the car.

Eleven days to launch. There are now just eleven days to go until the 2020 car is launched. The event will take place at the Romolo Valli Municipal Theatre in Reggio Emilia on Tuesday 11 February at 18.30 CET. The presentation will be live streamed on the Scuderia’s website and Facebook page, while highlights of the event will also be shown on the Maranello team’s Twitter and Instagram channels.

Test Abu DhabiJust over 36 hours on from the final Grand Prix of the 2019 season, Sebastian Vettel was back on track in Abu Dhabi for the first of two days testing which marks the end of the year. The Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow driver completed 136 laps, equivalent to 755 kilometres, twice Sunday’s race distance.

First hour. In the first 60 minutes, the teams were allowed to fit aero measurement devices to the cars. In this configuration, Sebastian did four runs with rakes and other data collection sensors.

Morning. After 10am, the Pirelli test programme began with teams running a comparison between the 2019 and 2020 Pirelli tyres, for the first time since they initially tried next year’s rubber during free practice for the United States Grand Prix in Austin. Back then, testing had been inconclusive because of the very cold weather and the fact that the Circuit of the Americas track is very bumpy. Shortly after noon, the team spotted an anomaly on the SF90s exhaust system and brought Sebastian in early to check out the problem.

Afternoon. The German was back on track before 13.30 and then got through the programme without a hitch. Vettel tried all the compounds available, both 2019 and 2020, doing several long runs. His best time of 1’37”991 was set at the start of the afternoon on the C5 compound and ended up being the second best of the day behind Valtteri Bottas’ 1’37”124. Charles Leclerc will be at the wheel for Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow tomorrow, the year’s last day of track action.

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“It was a useful day to get a proper idea of the 2020 tyres in comparison with this year’s. So today, a comparison was our main task and we tried to maximize the track time, completing well over 100 laps.
Tomorrow there’s another day to evaluate the tyres with Charles and it will be important to record his feedback.”


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