Ferrari to reveal car on January 25th after fan vote

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Ferrari F138 launch, 2013Ferrari is putting the choice of what to call its 2014 F1 contender to a public vote.

Fans can choose from a selection of five different names listed on Ferrari’s official website.

The options available are F14 T, F14 Maranello, F14 Scuderia, F166 Turbo and F616. A winner will be chosen on January 24th.

Ferrari will then reveal its new car for the first time the following day. Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen plus team principal Stefano Domenicali, will also answer a selection of questions put forward by fans.

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116 comments on Ferrari to reveal car on January 25th after fan vote

  1. Force Maikel (@force-maikel) said on 15th January 2014, 16:18

    I voted F14T, I have never liked names that refer to the enigne used, but that’s personal preference.

    • Nick (@npf1) said on 15th January 2014, 17:03

      I like it in their road cars, which is why I’m more likely to think of the 348 whenever someone mentions a Ferrari 248..

  2. Hamilfan (@hamilfan) said on 15th January 2014, 17:40

    I don’t care what the heck they call it as long as it is fast and reliable.

  3. MatK77 (@bluestar77) said on 15th January 2014, 18:05

    ‘Veto’ sounds Italian enough, doesn’t it?

  4. Daniel said on 15th January 2014, 19:45

    It’s just me or looking at the covered F1 car from the Ferrari website there is no idiotic/ugly nose like the ones in the drawings ?

  5. Was hoping for Ferrari Cornetto, in honor of Kimi. Not there though…

  6. Cormac (@kingcormac) said on 15th January 2014, 20:25

    Check out the steeped nose under that Ferrari blanket on the voting page….Brutal!!

  7. Tifoso1989 (@tifoso1989) said on 15th January 2014, 20:46

    I voted the F14 T, Alonso in 2014 with the number 14 driving the F14 T ….not a bad idea at all

  8. It would be a lot more interesting if the public actually got to pick a name and not just pick from a select few from a list provided.

  9. Pink Peril (@pink-peril) said on 15th January 2014, 21:18

    Most of the choices sound like fighter plane names rather than an F1 car. Personally, I prefer cars to have a word as a name rather than a series of letters/numbers but that doesn’t seem to be the F1 way. The F14T is my best of a bad bunch choice, only because I like the symmetry others have pointed out.

  10. SauberS1 (@saubers1) said on 15th January 2014, 21:26

    I voted for F166 TURBO.

  11. If it’s anything like the car that arrived at Melbourne 22 months ago they may be calling it ‘The Bloody Awful’…

  12. @keithcollantine they could act on Lotus’ rules and call it the “Keith”

  13. Kimi Hakkinen (@raikkonen-hakkinen) said on 16th January 2014, 4:22


  14. ramy (@ramysennaf1) said on 16th January 2014, 12:56

    too bad we’re in for more stepped noses this year, and there’s a very high chance of that happening….

  15. MatthewRacing (@matthewracing) said on 16th January 2014, 14:13

    I’d call it something like the RB10-B for a laugh.

  16. alexf1man (@alexf1man) said on 17th January 2014, 19:07

    Although McLaren are set to launch on Friday, Ferrari’s could be the first launch for a car appearing in Jerez – as the Woking team might have failed FIA crash tests…

  17. Bullfrog (@bullfrog) said on 18th January 2014, 19:39

    I thought I’d just cast some of my other votes (I love Ferrari’s twisted version of democracy! They’ve had special favours from the FIA for way too long) and it’s neck and neck between F14T & F166 Turbo, both on 29%. F14 Scuderia’s next with 23%.

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