Ferrari reveal special car livery for Italian GP weekend at Monza


Ferrari have shown off a special, tweaked livery that will adorn the cars of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz during this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza – the famous marque’s home race.

While the usual red colour scheme remains front and centre, it has been joined by additional flashes of yellow and black as seen on Ferrari’s 499P Hypercar that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans earlier this year.

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Ferrari will run a red, yellow and black livery scheme for their home race

Ex-F1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi, driving the #51 machine alongside Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado, emerged victorious in the June race after a scrap with the #8 Toyota driven by former Toro Rosso racers Sebastien Buemi and Brendon Hartley, and Ryo Hirakawa.

In addition to a new car livery, Leclerc and Sainz will wear special driver race suits for the upcoming weekend, with the red, yellow and black theme continuing in posts shared by Ferrari on their social media channels.

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There will also be special caps and t-shirts on display, which the thousands of tifosi who make the annual trip to the ‘Temple of Speed’ are no doubt set to wear with pride as they cheer Ferrari on.

Ferrari head to Monza holding a distant fourth position in the F1 constructors’ standings, with the squad looking for their first win at the high-speed track since 2019 and only their fourth podium of the season.

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