Tune in as Ferrari launches its 2020 Formula 1 World Championship challenger in the beautiful surroundings of Reggio Emilia’s Teatro Valli in Italy.
Ferrari finished second in last year’s constructors’ championship, 235 points behind champions Mercedes. Its drivers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel finished a disappointing fourth and fifth respectively in the drivers’ standings, not helped by their intra-team collision in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The 2019 Ferrari SF90 excelled at high-speed, low-downforce circuits. Leclerc dominated the pole position standings, starting seven grands prix from the top spot. Despite this he only scored two wins, which was still one more than Vettel.
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