Ferrari unveiled a special livery for their home race at Monza, with splashes of yellow to celebrate 75 years of their car company.
The new design includes yellow on the fin, rear wing, and front wing – along with highlights on the race numbers – while the drivers' race suits and the team's hospitality and garage will be coloured to match for the Italian Grand Prix weekend.
Ferrari say yellow is their "second colour" as one of the colours of their home town Modena, as well as the background for their iconic prancing horse logo, which made its debut on Enzo Ferrari's Alfa Romeos in the 1938 Spa-Francorchamps 24 Hours, and has been used on Ferrari cars ever since.
This year also marks 100 years since the Monza circuit was constructed, along with 75 years since the Ferrari 125 S rolled off the production line at Modena.
The last race of the only triple-header of this year's Formula 1 World Championship, the Italian Grand Prix, took place at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza.
The circuit celebrates its 100th anniversary. Built in 1922, the Italian circuit is widely regarded as one of the classic motor racing circuits, the only truly high-speed Formula 1 circuit,
In the year in which the Autodromo di Monza celebrates its one hundred years of history, there are two other important anniversaries: the 150th anniversary of Pirelli and the 75th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari. The Prancing Horse team comes to the track with a special livery on the F1-75, embellished with "Modena Yellow" inserts, a reminder of the origins of the legend.
A super Leclerc took second place overall.
Our team is ready for this challenge: reproducing the model car scale of the car that has been so much appreciated not only by the fans present at the Monza circuit, but also from the followers all over the world.
The models will be produced in a limited and numbered series, an official Ferrari licensed product.
Many pieces will be made with the steel mould, for the most faithful scale replica of the model.