The new nose for Ferrari F1 race car 2014 season
Marking the year 2014 as the ‘Year to Deliver’, Ferrari has unveiled their new car – F14 T, with a promise that this will be the biggest of challenges determined more by reliability than by pace to secure the 2014 title. All that aside, the talking point, ever since the car has been unveiled, has been it’s nose. And not just Ferrari, the nose-job of most F1 cars for 2014 season is a trending topic currently.
Winning the Driver’s title back in 2007, Ferrari has not met with success in the recent years. The current year marks a change of tactics as Ferrari is eager to regain the title. They have revealed their new car and are keen to take on rivals with a new contender which will not only display outstanding performance but also efficiency and reliability on the grid.
This year’s F1 cars will receive 1.6 liter V6 engines as against 2.4 liter V8 engines as seen in the previous seasons. These changes are also in addition to teams adopting varying approaches with special emphasis on dimensions of front end designs as displayed in sharper tapered nose tip designs revealed by Williams and McLaren and Lotus which recently unveiled a two pronged design.
Likewise, Ferrari’s F14 T is seen with a wider and flatter design as those displayed by other teams while its rear wing also sports a marked difference as that seen on the 2013 model along with an overall smaller design. Boasting of a strong driver lineup Ferrari will be represented by Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen for the upcoming season. Below is the line-up of drivers for F1 2014.
The current 2014 line-up in full:
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