Tuscan Grand Prix: Ferrari to race in one-off livery in F1 race at Mugello

Ferrari’s cars will race in a special one-off livery at this weekend’s Tuscan Grand Prix, the team’s 1,000th Formula 1 world championship race. The cars will be dark red, which the team say is a reproduction of the first Ferrari F1 car, the 125 F1 from 1950. Mercedes will paint the safety car in red as a tribute to Ferrari’s standing. The race’s official title also reflects Ferrari’s historic achievement. “Ferrari is unique in the world, because the company has the soul of a car manufacturer and of a racing team, an inseparable link that is never questioned.”. But the drivers are hopeful that the different characteristics of Mugello, which Ferrari own and is hosting its first Grand Prix, will be more favourable to them.

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