Ferrari to launch 2013 F1 car at Maranello base in early February

Italian based F1 squad Ferrari confirmed that their new F1 will launch at teams’ Maranello factory in early February, before to the first pre-season test at Jerez.

But still the Ferrari not confirmed exact date of the launch event, the reports confirms Italian squad presence for the opening pre-season test at Jerez from 5-8 February with new machine.

Ferrari said the car, codenamed 664 and maybe to be officially called the F2013, will almost certainly be revealed to the world live via the internet, from Ferrari’s Maranello headquarters. F2013 has already passed FIA crash tests.

Ferrari also added that construction of its new facilities at Maranello, which will change one of the current car park regions and house its head offices and working areas, has start on.

Force India, McLaren, and Sauber are the only other teams to have confirmed their 2013 F1 Car launches, taking place on 1 February, 31 January and 2 February in that order.

Ferrari’s new facilities building will be located among the existing race team headquarters and the famous Cavallino restaurant.

Some other unofficial reports said Ferrari F2013, will be launched on February 2.

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