Ferrari have unveiled the car they hope will end a decade-long Formula 1 title drought in 2019.
Ferrari lost out to Mercedes in 2018, despite having the faster car at least as many times as their rivals, after a series of errors by Sebastian Vettel and the team.
New team boss Mattia Binotto said the car was “a development of last year’s, not a revolution”. The team had tried to “raise the bar, try to be as extreme as we could”.
Vettel is joined in the team by Charles Leclerc, in his second F1 season.