Ferrari to have a yellow team theme for Monza

Ferrari to have a yellow team theme for Monza

Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc’s yellow team gears for this weekend’s racing at Monza have been officially released by Ferrari.

This weekend, as Formula 1 heads to Milan for the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari will participate at their home event at Monza.

There are still many reasons for the tifosi to be excited for the Monza race, as Ferrari appear certain to challenge for victory on home soil for the first time since Leclerc’s historic 2019 win. This is despite the fact that their championship challenge has significantly waned during the middle part of the 2022 season.

Ferrari has designed a unique new look for the Italian Grand Prix weekend to honor the event.

Ferrari posted images of racers Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc wearing yellow T-shirts on social media on Tuesday as they counted down the days before their home race.

Sainz and Leclerc were featured in a tweet with the hashtag “C2,” which stood for their two drivers, and various stances to display the apparel line.

The Scuderia was actually Enzo Ferrari’s second effort at a team, and the reason for the color yellow is that the team is commemorating 75 years since its founding as an independent constructor. The F1-75, which will debut in 2022, is named for this reason as well.

The colors of the flag and arms of Modena, where Enzo Ferrari was born, are similarly yellow and blue. There are currently no plans to change the colour of the car’s livery, therefore it appears that the team’s yellow color scheme primarily applies to team apparel and race suits. A logo that is emblazoned on the nose and sides could serve as a tribute to the yellow, though Ferrari has not yet affirmed this.

A yellow Scuderia Ferrari F1 car is very uncommon, despite the fact that Ferrari has raced with yellow color schemes in a variety of motorsport categories over the course of their long history. Early 1960s racing saw the use of yellow by teams like Ferrari-affiliated Ecurie Nationale Belge and Ecurie Francorchamps.

Only one yellow Ferrari F1 car has ever competed in an official race for the Scuderia; it was driven by Olivier Gendebien in the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix.

The opportunity to race his 156 at the Belgian GP was handed to the Belgian driver as a “thank you” for helping Ferrari win the Le Mans 24 Hours.

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