Ferrari have conducted a full filming day at their factory circuit at Fiorano, using their newly launched 2017 car.
Ferrari’s new car was used for a full shakedown at Fiorano, utilising the 100 kilometres available to the team for a filming day.
Teams are allowed use current machinery for two of these days throughout the year, allowing them to record footage for use for commercial purposes.
The car was fitted with the mandatory Pirelli demonstration tyres for such events, and was driven by Kimi Raikkonen for the first half of the day.
Sebastian Vettel took over in the afternoon, but his run was delayed due to rain.
Watching the day’s activities were Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne, Team Principal Maurizio Arrivabene, Technical Director Mattia Binotto and all the staff.
The car is now en route to Barcelona’s Circuit De Catalunya, where testing begins on Monday. Sebastian Vettel will drive on Monday & Wednesday, with Raikkonen driving on Tuesday and Thursday.
- Monday – Sebastian Vettel
- Tuesday – Kimi Raikkonen
- Wednesday – Sebastian Vettel
- Thursday – Kimi Raikkonen