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. Obi-Spa Kenobi (@obi-spa-kenobi) said on 25th January 2014, 16:01

    F14T
    FIAT

    Now we know who’s car this really is.

  2. David not Coulthard (@) said on 25th January 2014, 16:12

    ..And as F1 can’t seem to find enough people to like its vroom, Ferrari decided to attract some new fans by bringing a broom to the pinnacle of motor racing.

  3. OppositeLocke (@oppositelocke) said on 25th January 2014, 16:16

    Does anyone else feel that so far both McLaren and Ferrari’s liveries seen to accentuate some of the uglier aspects of their cars? McLaren leaving the beams silver seemed to exaggerate the ‘anteater’ quality of their nose; something demonstrated by a photoshop in which they were colored black. Then Ferrari made the sharp drop in their nose seem more pronounced by having the black in their livery follow the same shaped curve just under the front suspension. Perhaps if the line was more gradual the nose would not appear as steep.

  4. maarten.f1 (@maarten-f1) said on 25th January 2014, 16:17

    It’s not very pretty, but I think it’s great to see that the teams have come up with completely different solutions.

  5. Maybe I’m going insane, but after staring at it for awhile now, I actually don’t mind it anymore….

  6. TheBass (@) said on 25th January 2014, 16:59

    For a company that’s supposedly is all about luxury, class and style, the reveal video was somewhat cringe-worthy.

    The ugly car didn’t help.

  7. dkpioe said on 25th January 2014, 17:05

    the small sidepods are interesting. does it mean Ferrari have a great cooling system for their v6? does it mean they are packaging too tight and will have race failures? are they risking speed over reliability? or have they got it absolute correct? we will soon find out! with reliability a likely concern for this season, I think this seasons testing times will be really insignificant, unlike the past few years.

  8. dkpioe said on 25th January 2014, 17:07

    I don’t understand how people can call this ugly. look at the 70s f1 Ferraris, now they were ugly, but nostalgia prevents many from saying that. this car looks better to me then last years high nose car, it looks like it is built for speed.

  9. AlokIn (@alokin) said on 25th January 2014, 17:07

    Nose looks like a Elephant’s trunk.

  10. graham228221 (@graham228221) said on 25th January 2014, 17:20

    God lord. We’re truly seeing some of the worst looking cars ever.

  11. Storm962 said on 25th January 2014, 17:43

    Im not an expert but is it posible thay made the nose so Low and rounded with those black wings so thay can chanel the air from the top of the nose to the floor?

  12. Paul (@frankjaeger) said on 25th January 2014, 18:20

    Here we have the FIAT seacow

    The McLaren’s looking rather pretty now ay lads

  13. Dominic Uliano said on 25th January 2014, 18:25

    while I do agree that the nose is a little like an ardvark, the rest of the car is beautiful.

  14. Joshua Mesh (@joshua-mesh) said on 25th January 2014, 18:53

    I think this will look pretty decent from behind.

  15. Todd Barden (@toddbarden) said on 25th January 2014, 18:57

    Its got more than a little bit of Luigi Mario Kart DS about it

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