Ferrari has launched its 2022 F1 challenger, the F1-75.
Ferrari enjoyed a resurgent 2021 season, recovering from the manufacturer's worst F1 season since 1980 the year before.
The Scuderia came out on top in a season-long battle with McLaren in the fight for third but despite this, team principal Mattia Binotto maintained throughout that this was not where Ferrari wants to linger.
The all-new technical regulations are a chance for every team on the grid to leap to the front of the pack and Ferrari will hope to be one of the big movers.
With Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz both returning for the coming season, the talent behind the wheel is more than capable of success should it be fed with similarly high-quality machinery.
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