Ferrari unveils its 2017 challenger SF70H

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Ferrari revealed its 2017 Formula 1 challenger in Fiorano circuit Italy, which will be called the SF70-H, to celebrate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary of the Italian mark.

The Scuderia became the second team of those who tested and developed Pirelli’s tyres last year, after Mercedes, to launch their new car.

The car features a shark-fin engine cover, with a T shaped wing attached to it, along with a very aggressive approach with the design of the sidepod inlets, turning vanes, and bargeboards.

As for the livery, after last year’s addition of white, the SF70-H features the white color only on the shark fin part of the engine cover.

Ferrari had a troubled season last year, failing to win a race and falling behind Red Bull to third place in the Constructors’ Championship.

The team will keep the same driver lineup, with both Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, with Antonio Giovinazzi appointed as a test/reserve driver.