Ferrari, the iconic name in Formula 1, recently revealed the race suits that Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will don for the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix. As Formula 1 enthusiasts eagerly awaited the unveiling, initial reactions have been somewhat mixed, with some fans expressing a sense of underwhelming anticipation following the buildup.
The design of these race suits maintains the timeless Ferrari aesthetic, featuring a bold red background adorned with a prominent white circle at its core, complemented by subtle white accent lines that add a touch of flair.
“Really curious.. who in your design team came up with the idea to put a random white circle and then decided to add some lines to it? More importantly, who approved it?”
On social media platforms, fans wasted no time in sharing their opinions, and the responses have been quite diverse. Some fans expressed their reservations about the new design, while others found reasons to be optimistic and appreciative of Ferrari’s choices.
However, it’s essential to note that not all the comments have been negative, as many individuals took to their keyboards to express their positive sentiments regarding the new race suits.
“It’s a bit subtle for Vegas, no?”
“Can we add some sparkle or something.. doesn’t give Vegas”
As the Las Vegas Grand Prix draws nearer, Ferrari’s Formula 1 team is currently occupying the third spot in the constructors’ standings, boasting a commendable total of 362 points. They trail Mercedes, who are in second place, by a margin of 20 points. In the individual drivers’ standings, Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc hold the sixth and seventh positions, respectively.
“I was scared but these are better than i thought.”
“I Love The Red And White Colours. Looks So Better With Out The Black Colour. It’s Looks Old Days Year 2000’s Red & White”
As the excitement builds for the upcoming race in Las Vegas, Formula 1 fans can’t help but wonder if these race suits will serve as a good luck charm for Ferrari, potentially propelling them to greater success on the track.