Ferrari F14 T: First pictures

2014 F1 cars

Ferrari F14 T

The Ferrari F14 T has been revealed for the first time by the team. Ferrari hope to win their first world championship in six years with their 2014 contender.

Ferrari have retained pull-rod suspension front and rear on the car, but the F14 T is otherwise very different from its predecessor, largely due to the changes in the technical rules for 2014.

The name for the new car was chosen by a public vote of over one million Ferrari fans.

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220 comments on Ferrari F14 T: First pictures

  1. azrul azim (@azrul202) said on 25th January 2014, 13:41

    well, so far the hideous nose of all f1 car

  2. Jethro (@jethro) said on 25th January 2014, 13:42

    They’ve covered up the rear diffuser, I wonder if there is something interesting/innovative going on under there. Alternatively, given the tight schedules, they may not have got round to designing it yet!

  3. iAltair (@ialtair) said on 25th January 2014, 13:43

    It’s the back of the car going to be like this or just a cover from the media?

    Looks terrible

  4. Lucien_Todutz (@lucien_todutz) said on 25th January 2014, 13:45

    The stepped nose is back at Ferrari in a way isn’t it? sadly :(

    • Deej92 (@deej92) said on 25th January 2014, 18:52

      I’d say it’s a slopping nose more than a step. This isn’t as bad as the stepped nose, for sure. I was told to expect them to be worse, but they genuinely haven’t been thus far.

  5. Younes said on 25th January 2014, 13:45

    looks like some elephant sat on its nose

  6. By far, the ugliest car revealed so far. The Mclaren looks beautiful compared to this thing.

  7. Hatham Al-Shabibi (@) said on 25th January 2014, 13:45

    This isn’t actually that bad. I kinda like the low profile on the nose. Or maybe I have a thing for handheld vacuum cleaners.

  8. dot_com (@dot_com) said on 25th January 2014, 13:45

    The car is actually quite pretty. Apart from the nose, which is just weird looking – weirdest 2014 nose so far. I wonder how they have avoided the phalic trend that all others have gone for? Regardless of the car – Kimi and Alonso are the best driver pairing I’ve seen for a long time! Can’t wait.

  9. naz3012 (@naz3012) said on 25th January 2014, 13:47

    So the Mclaren elephant sat on the ferrari’s nose..

  10. Steph (@stephanief1990) said on 25th January 2014, 13:48

    I’m not really a great fan of the black. It still looks gorgeous livery wise but Ferrari was at its best in 2010 on that front. The best that can be said about the shape though is that it isn’t the most ugly so far.

  11. Nige.B (@nigel2509) said on 25th January 2014, 13:49

    Quite simple really! I don’t like it!!!

  12. SeaHorse (@seahorse) said on 25th January 2014, 13:51

    The F14-T seems to reincarnate the stepped nose concept with one of the weird designs for nose of an F1 car. Still it is much better than those anteaters and phallus noses we have seen so far. I sincerely hope Ferrari’s deviation from ‘the norm’ doesn’t hamper their pace!

  13. Phil Wright (@05mpwright) said on 25th January 2014, 13:51

    I actually think that looks pretty cool, probably on par with the McLaren for me, and then the Williams quite far behind. That video was also awesome, McLaren should have revealed their official launch video at 12:00 rather than a selection of photos.

  14. Bullfrog (@bullfrog) said on 25th January 2014, 13:51

    Why don’t they launch a car that looks great, then put the ugly nose on during testing and prove it makes the car a second quicker.

    Give us some back-to-back tests. Casual viewers are attracted by good looking cars, as I was to the early-90s Ferraris, and more recently to Renault 3.5 and Rebellion Racing at Le Mans. At the moment it just looks like F1 trying to be too clever and disappearing up itself.

    • Nick (@npf1) said on 25th January 2014, 14:05

      Even Ferrari doesn’t have the resources to make a ‘pretty’ design to scrap the day after the launch.

      We can’t go complain about costs in F1 and then want them to spend thousands on designing and constructing a nose for looks.

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