Errari have revealed the car they hope to challenge for the world title for the first time since 2008.
The Italian manufacturer finished third behind Mercedes and Red Bull in the constructors’ championship last year, a year after their worst championship finish in four decades.
But team principal Mattia Binotto said on Thursday he hoped F1-75 would return one of the most successful teams in the sport’s history to its former glories.
“The results didn’t live up to expectations of the Ferrari name,” Binotto said, adding that the latest creation would mean “fans can be proud of Ferrari again.”
Calling it a “brave Ferrari” in response to the massive change in regulations, his suggestion that the team had “think outside the box” that they had pushed the regulations with the F1-75.
The new Ferrari, the seventh car launched on the grid, has a new red and black livery.
And driver Charles Leclerc said: “It looks impressive, it looks extreme. This season is going to be a very important season for the team. This is a good opportunity so the expectations are very high. We will achieve excellent results throughout the season.
In what will be his second season alongside Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr said: “Now is the time to take the team to a different level. We want more success in 2022 so let’s go and get it. It looks aggressive, it looks radical. I hope it’s quick.