F1 fans get hyped after Ferrari set date on 2024 challenger reveal: “Championship car incoming”

During the 2023 season, Ferrari secured one victory at the Singapore Grand Prix. The collaboration between both drivers proved to be a standout feature, with their teamwork contributing significantly to the success.

Charles Leclerc, in particular, demonstrated incredible capability on the grid this season and emerged as one of the few drivers to nearly surpass Max Verstappen during a race. Recognizing the need to improve their performance further, Ferrari is set to introduce a new challenger for the upcoming season to contribute to the evolving world of Formula 1.

Ferrari set date for the 2024 challenger unveil

Ferrari is ready to unveil their highly anticipated Formula One car for the 2024 season on Tuesday, February 13, as they aim to intensify their competition with Red Bull.

While Ferrari is the first team to publicly announce their 2024 launch date, they have decided to keep specific details in the dark. The launch is scheduled strategically just eight days ahead of the commencement of pre-testing in Bahrain, scheduled to unfold from February 21–23.

Team Principal Fred Vasseur has disclosed that the Ferrai is on the edge of introducing a remarkable change within their team by changing “95% of the components of the car” that secured a third place at the Constructors’ Championship, lacking behind Red Bull and Mercedes.

Heading into the 2024 season, Vasseur, in his second season at the helm of the Prancing Horse, is overseeing the third car built in Maranello under the sweeping regulations built in 2022.

Fred Vasseur reveals Ferrari’s plans for massive changes

Following a challenging year marked by a solitary win at the Singapore GP, Ferrari has decided to change their game and level up to match their skills with Red Bull this season. Team Principal Fred Vassseur has confirmed massive changes for the vehicle to address the need for a formidable transformation that will hopefully surpass their rivals. Vasseur has emphasized that the upcoming creation will be completely different from its predecessor.

He said, “I don’t know if revolution is the right word.”

“We have the same regulations now three years in a row that you can’t change massively. It’s a matter of tenths of a second,” he continued.

“For sure, we have to take a step on that; we don’t underestimate the step. We are changing 95 percent of the components; perhaps you can consider that it’s a revolution; I don’t know if it will be.”

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