Italian GP – A nod to its history: Why Ferrari wears yellow at Monza

In the common imagination, Ferrari is forever associated with the color red. But before the regulations for Italian racing cars imposed the gleaming color, yellow occupied a central place in the transalpine team. A choice that came from its founder, Enzo Ferrari, who turned to his favorite color, which was also that of his city of birth, Modena.

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The yellow has never left the logo of the firm, unlike single-seaters, imposed at the beginning of the 20th century to wear red. This year, the tribute is reduced to a few touches of yellow on the transalpine F1 cars, but Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are entitled to predominantly yellow combinations. A wink from the brand on the occasion of its 75th anniversary and the 100th anniversary of the Monza circuit. Enough to curb the bad luck around the Scuderia?

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