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For the Italian race, Ferrari will have a new livery. The red that it’s known for will continue to be the dominant color, but now it will be combined with yellow, in a weekend that is seen as a way to celebrate Ferrari’s competitive DNA. Right away, it’s a way to celebrate the historic triumph in this year’s edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a race it returned to at the highest level with the 499P, winning in the hands of James Calado, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Alessandro Pier Guidi.
Just like that car, the SF-23 will also hit the track with a mix of red and yellow in the livery, with ‘V’ shaped stripes in yellow, as well as the drivers’ numbers (16 and 55). The nose of the car, where the historic Ferrari logo is located, will also be in yellow.
The drivers who won the Le Mans race will also be visiting the Monza circuit, known as the ‘Temple of Speed,’ to be honored by the brand in front of the Italian crowd, bringing with them the trophy of the world’s most iconic endurance race.
Additionally, this race will also serve for Ferrari to pay tribute to the centenary of the Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force).
Last year, to celebrate the brand’s 75th anniversary, the Formula 1 cars also featured yellow elements in the F1-75.