Ferrari reveals special livery for F1 Italian Grand Prix

Ferrari reveals special livery for F1 Italian Grand Prix
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At the upcoming Monza race, the SF-23 machine of Ferrari will have added yellow V stripes on the nose cone and engine cover, paying homage to the paint job of the 499P Hypercar that won the World Endurance Championship event earlier this year. The race numbers of Charles Leclerc (#16) and Carlos Sainz (#55) will also be in yellow instead of the usual white on black. The drivers’ special helmets and race suits will feature the more traditional Ferrari ‘long F’ logo and Leclerc’s helmet will be predominantly yellow, while Sainz’s helmet will be black. The famous yellow background of the Ferrari shield represents the color of Modena, the home of the Scuderia. Last year, Ferrari had a special yellow livery for Monza to celebrate its 75th anniversary, and various elements of the car were painted in yellow. Additionally, the walls of the walkway leading to the pit garage at Monza will showcase illustrations of Ferrari’s milestones. Ex-Alfa Romeo F1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi and Alessandro Pier Guidi, the drivers of the #51 499P at Le Mans, will be present at Monza along with their winners’ trophy. Ferrari will also showcase its new 296 GT3 sports car and the F2003-GA grand prix machine that won the 2003 Italian GP with Michael Schumacher.

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