Ferrari have jumped on the (very full) Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift bandwagon to send their fans an important reminder ahead of an event this week.
The Scuderia launch their 2024 challenger on Tuesday, hoping to provide more positive momentum before Lewis Hamilton's arrival in 2025.
Incidentally, the car will be the final one that Carlos Sainz will drive for the team - at least for the time being - before Hamilton takes his place alongside Charles Leclerc.
With the ongoing debate around car liveries becoming too alike and 'half-finished' - as Martin Brundle so eloquently put it - Ferrari will need to get it right in order to avoid the social media backlash that other teams have faced.
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