Ferrari launched this Tuesday (6) a special shirt for the weekend of the Italian GP formula 1, which will take place this weekend in Monza. To celebrate the brand’s 75th anniversary, the team chose the yellow tone, the symbol of the city of Modena, the birthplace of the team’s founder, Enzo Ferrari.
The “Giallo Modena Special Edition” was created in collaboration with Puma, and, according to the description in the official Ferrari store, the model reflects the “bold and competitive spirit of the drivers of yesterday and today”. The horizontal black stripe of the red shirt officially worn by pilots was replaced in this version by two vertical black stripes at shoulder length. In the first, the age mark of 75 years; in the second, a shield and a horse in full.
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Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc will wear the jersey this weekend at Monza, which hosts the 16th round of the 2022 season formula 1. Ferrari will have one more chance to win in front of their fans after the defeat in Imola, with the victory of Max Verstappen. The last time an Italian team climbed to the top step of the podium was in Austria. In the standings, Leclerc is already 109th behind Red Bull’s number 1 and is trying to keep his championship chances alive this year.