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Ferrari SF-24
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Can Ferrari's all-new chariot challenge for 2024's F1 honours?

Only scoring one win in 2023 was a disappointment for Ferrari after it had come out of the traps fastest in 2022. With a totally revamped car that has been designed to offer a more user-friendly experience for its drivers, the red team is targeting a big year as it seeks to transition into the Lewis Hamilton era on the front foot

Resplendent in red. After last week's plethora of carbon-heavy liveries suggested a staid approach to designing around the weight limit, Aston Martin and Ferrari have kicked off the Formula 1 launch season's second week in style.

"With the SF-24 we wanted to create a completely new platform and in fact, every area of the car has been redesigned," Ferrari's technical director Enrico Cardile noted, "even if our starting point was the development direction we adopted last year and which saw us take a leap forward in terms of competitiveness in the final part of the season."

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