Ferrari Launches 2019 F1 Challenger - SF90

Ferrari aim to 'raise the bar' with 2019 F1 challenger they hope will beat Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes

No nerves for Ferrari new boy Leclerc

"Starting in 2018, we got really good achievements and it's a development of last year's vehicle, it's not a revolution", said Binotto. The only elements allowed to shine around this beauty are presumably the drivers.

The Italian team took the covers off its new vehicle, the SF90, at an event at its factory in Maranello, Italy, where new signing Charles Leclerc appeared alongside Sebastian Vettel. "The atmosphere is good, and I think things are moving in the right way". Hmmm. For the first half of last season at least, and arguably the greater part of the run-in too, Ferrari provided Vettel with the grid's best auto. "That's my mission and the reason why I am here".

Ferrari hasn't won a title since taking the 2008 constructors' championship, while Kimi Raikkonen claimed the team's last driver's title back in 2007.

He impressed fans across the globe with his performances in his debut campaign in 2018 whilst racing for Sauber, even outperforming his teammate Marcus Ericsson.

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The F1 salon chatter suggests Leclerc is sufficiently blessed to give Wettel the hurry-up should the German repeat his errors of last season. "So it's a very emotional day for me". "I'm not nervous", he said. "I think it's more of an opportunity for me to be next to Sebastian, who is such a champion and I can definitely learn a lot from him".

"I'm pretty sure it will be an wonderful season", he continued. That's code for "Watch out Seb, I'm coming for you".

Binotto was technical director for the last three seasons and steps up to the position of team principal following the ousting of Maurizio Arrivabene in January.

Ferrari Team Principal Mattia Binotto says the squad's SF90H is an evolution of last year's package, but has "extreme" solutions, as part of its quest to win the Formula 1 title.

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"Mattia is in charge of the team but it's not one person alone that is running a team, we have a lot of people working to build these two cars". "It is not a revolution".

Binotto was also given a ringing endorsement by Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri.

"If you look at the details, we've tried to push hard, be innovative. I think we simply tried to push again, raise the bar, raise the level, tried to be as extreme as we could".

The Scuderia Ferrari official Twitter page had teased the release of the new design, stating: "You know the date". He is very much a team player, decisive, talented and determined to make a huge difference at all levels.

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