By Sebastian CoppoliniA new Ferrari, a new car, a whole new generation of Ferrari engines, a fresh new Ferrari brand, a totally different kind of Ferrari and a whole lot more await at the new Monza circuit.
But for now, the only things to do is wait.
The F14T is already on track for its first test with a group of F1-spec cars, with the first two cars expected to debut on the grid at the next round of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship.
Ferrari F14 Turismo will debut in Monaco on October 19 and will go on sale to the public next year, with a price tag of €30,000 (around £20,000).
The F14 GT3 will debut next year and is expected to cost around £30,500, with price tags around €50,000.
But there are other things to think about.
It will be a new Ferrari in an entirely different car class, with an entirely new powertrain, a completely new aerodynamic package and a completely different chassis.
The only way to tell the difference between the F14-T and the F13-T is to look at the chassis.
It’s a completely completely different car, with no previous Ferrari chassis on it.
The only change between the two cars is that they are both made from carbon fibre and aluminum.
A new engine is expected too, although we don’t know if that’s coming from a single unit or a series of engines.
But even though the new F14 engine is made from aluminium, the new Ferrari F14 car will still be made from the carbon fibre that’s already in the car.
The first two car sets will be available to buy in December, with Ferrari saying they will be sold as separate units.
At the moment, the car and the engine are already on the FIA WEC grid, but there are still three days left until the end of the season and Ferrari wants to be able to go out there and show the cars to fans in the way that it does in the paddock.
And so we expect that it will be possible to see some of the new cars on the track and then see some more new Ferrari cars on track.
“We want to get the first car out on track and we want to see them on the circuit before the end.
We want this to be the first race, so we’re not going to wait.
We’re going to do it this way.
It will be really interesting to see how it goes, but we will try to show the car to the fans in this way,” said Giancarlo Abiteboul, the head of Ferrari’s F1 programme.”
This is the first time that we will be able for the first of the two F14 cars to be on track before the first round.
There are three cars that will be on the car at the end and they are the first cars that we have tested so far.
They are the only ones that we are able to show because they are fully developed, and they’re ready to go.
I think we are going to have a very positive experience on the first day of the test.”
The F13 engine will be the last of the F1 engines to make the F12, which is currently in use for the 2018 season.
So it’s quite possible that the next generation of engines will also be tested in Monza.
The F18 engine is also on the menu and it’s not yet clear if Ferrari is going to go all out with a turbocharged, supercharged, or a hybrid system in its F14.
Ferraro has been working on the turbocharged version of its engine for years, but the company has only just started testing it at the team’s testing facilities.
In other words, it could take some time before we see a turbo engine in the F18.
Abitebouil says the team has already put a lot of effort into making sure the car is ready for testing and that it is ready to get on track in Monzo.
With that in mind, he says that there is no rush at all.
He says there is nothing to stop Ferrari going all-out on the supercharged engine, but he says it will take time for all of the cars and engines to get ready for the race in Monzas first race.
If you ask me, this is the biggest opportunity to get to the first Grand Prix of the year.
This is a huge step forward for Ferrari and I think it will really be a very important step for the team.
[And] I think this is a great opportunity for the teams to show what they can do and what they’ve learned from the last few years.
You can see why the F-series is a lot more exciting than the F