Ferrari has unveiled its 2024 F1 car, the SF-24, designed to challenge Red Bull and capitalize on Lewis Hamilton's 2025 move to the team. The car features a new aesthetic, breaking with tradition from previous years, with a livery incorporating white and yellow trim and less black. Technical director Enrico Cardile emphasized a design aimed at making the car "easier to drive" and maximizing the power unit's potential. The power unit department has also enhanced processes to cope with the demands of a record 24-race season, and Carlos Sainz will debut the SF-24 at Fiorano today.

By the Numbers
  • The SF-24 is Ferrari's 2024 F1 car
  • The car features a new aesthetic, including white and yellow trim
  • Record 24-race season in F1 in 2024
State of Play
  • Unveiling of Ferrari's SF-24 F1 contender
  • Carlos Sainz to shakedown the car at Fiorano today
  • Enhanced power unit processes to cope with the demands of the 24-race season
Bottom Line

Ferrari's unveiling of the SF-24 F1 car signals the team's ambition to challenge Red Bull and capitalize on Lewis Hamilton's future arrival, with a focus on improved driving performance and enhanced power unit processes, geared for a record 24-race season.