Ferrari to unveil its new F1 car for 2023 on Valentine’s Day

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Ferrari have announced their new car for the 2023 Formula 1 season will be unveiled on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday 14th February.

The team become the second of the ten on the grid to confirm their launch date for next year’s car. Aston Martin’s AMR23 will appear the day prior to Ferrari’s launch, on Monday 13th February.

While the official designation of the 2023 car is yet to be announced, Ferrari revealed that their upcoming model has the internal code number of 675. This year’s Ferrari F1 car was designated the ‘F1-75’ to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Ferrari racing in Formula 1-level competition.

The F1-75 claimed four victories and 12 pole positions between drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jnr, but finished a distant second in the constructors’ championship to Red Bull who dominated the season with Max Verstappen.

Ferrari’s 2023 campaign will be their first under the leadership of new team principal Frederic Vasseur. The former Sauber and Alfa Romeo team principal will join Ferrari following the departure of Mattia Binotto, who tendered his resignation from the team at the end of this season following the disappointing second half of the championship. Drivers Leclerc and Sainz will team up for a third season together at Ferrari.

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10 comments on “Ferrari to unveil its new F1 car for 2023 on Valentine’s Day”

  1. Perfect day for another heartbreak

    1. :-) But won’t the heartbreak come later – when it either disappoints in testing or proves to have some significant weak points during the season?

  2. Awwww …. that’s sweet.
    They can all hug and kiss each other before the blame bullets start flying ;)

  3. Fingers crossed for a good season.

  4. We’ll all fall in love with it. But will it be true all season?

  5. One thing is certain. They will win the naming competition as all the other teams just add numbers to last year but you will never know what Ferrari is planning

  6. MB (@muralibhats)
    23rd December 2022, 4:43

    The people responsible for choosing car color may be given more money than the people making the race strategies.

  7. Yellow Ferrari lettering on the rear wing please. It looked gorgeous in Monza with that. Usually it is left blank anyway.

  8. Looks like a brand new hopefully successful strategy.

    Last year’s strategists would probably have chosen garage in Chicago.

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