Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc. (X)
The iconic Italian manufacturer revealed their new race suits for the season modelled by their drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz.
In the build-up to the first F1 race of the calendar year, Italian manufacturer Scuderia Ferrari revealed their new race suits for the season modelled by their drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz.
The Italian side shared a picture of their drivers in their new race suits with a caption that read, “Red, yellow and white. What. A. Sight. Introducing our new 2024 race suits”.
Monegasque Leclerc and Spaniard Sainz will be behind the wheel of the prancing horse for the upcoming season before seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton takes the place of Sainz at the beginning of the 2025 campaign.
The bombshell announcement of the British driver’s move to the Italian giants came a few weeks ago and stirred up a storm in the sporting world as people from all walks of life stood and took notice of the news.
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Hamilton, who has enjoyed a long and successful partnership with his current side Mercedes, under the tutelage of team boss Toto Wolff will pair up with Leclerc as his teammate with his move to the prancing horse in the upcoming year.
Ferrari finished third in the constructors championship last year with 406 points to their name from the 22 races with nine podium finishes.
Interestingly, Sainz’s win at the Singapore Grand Prix was Ferrai’s only top podium finish last year and it was the lone circuit that was not topped by champions Red Bull, who managed to win 21 of the 22 races last campaign.
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Three-time defending world champion Max Verstappen of Red Bull claimed a record 19 wins in the season gone by, while teammate Sergio Perez raced to the chequered flag first twice, capping RBR’s dominance.
The 2024 season of Formula One is set to get underway with the opening race on the 2nd of March at the Bahrain International Circuit.