It was in 1950 that Ferrari first competed, in the second round of that year around Monaco where future double world champion Alberto Ascari finished second behind Alfa Romeo's Juan Manuel Fangio.
The livery is one of a number of ideas that will come to fruition across the weekend during which a small number of fans, from the Ferrari supporters club, will be present for the first time this season as the first eight races have all been behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
On track, it is expected to be another difficult weekend for Ferrari following on from its worst two-car finish for a decade in the Belgian Grand Prix, and its double DNF in Sunday's Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
It is the first time since 2009 that Ferrari has failed to score points in back-to-back races, a record they will want to erase to ensure their own 'party' does not go flat.
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