Minor changes to an already iconic livery.
If you're Scuderia Ferrari, you're expecting your race car for each Formula 1 season to feature a predominantly red livery with some black, yellow, or white splashed in there. That's how it's been and that's more than likely how it will continue to be, special one-off liveries aside. For the 2022 F1 season, Scuderia is once again following the red and black color scheme with the F1-75.
"I would like the F1-75 to be the car that allows our fans to once again be proud of Ferrari," says Mattia Binotto, Team Principal and Managing Director of Scuderia Ferrari. "Our goal is to reignite the Prancing Horse legend and we can only do that by winning again. That will require a fast car and two great drivers and we have them."
There are, of course, changes when you compare F1-75 to last year's SF21. This includes more black features, a solid red body with a 75th-anniversary logo where the Mission Winnow logo was, new sponsors, and an all-new body that meets this year's regulations. Driving the F1-75 will be Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sains with Antonio Giovinazzi and Mick Schumacher as reserve drivers.