Why Ferrari's 2017 ideas could be hard to copy

Why Ferrari's 2017 ideas could be hard to copy

Ferrari has bucked tradition with its 2017 F1 car, opting against either sticking to its conventional ideas or trying to copy its rivals. If it works, the rest of the field could struggle to catch up

For Ferrari, 2017 is a very important year and appropriately enough there are some very interesting aerodynamic designs on the new car, even in launch spec, that reflect that.

When Ferrari signed Sebastian Vettel, a four-time world champion, for 2015 and he won three races against the might of Mercedes, it wasn't a bad result. So, we expected 2016 to be another step forwards.

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