Jean Todt has warned that the 2004 Ferrari F1 car will feature a surprising new design on the front wing.
Speaking about the new car Todt didn’t reveal much save to say that it will have "a front wing that could surprise everyone."
Todt also quashed the view that it was possible to grow tired of being successful and underlined that Ferrari’s objective remained that of "continuing the formidable run of success with the Ferrari 655 that will be presented at Maranello on 26 January."
Ferrari will field the same driver line up of Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello until the 2006 season after it was announced last week that Barrichello's contract had been extended.
"It was more or less an automatic decision," Todt claimed. "We are all very pleased to have Rubens on board for another two years. He raced extraordinarily well and won two very important races at Silverstone and Suzuka. There was no reason not to continue with the winning team we have."
outback_ute, i just suspected that everyone would yo forza ferrari and alot of people have, plus i just mowed the grass so i can stand, sit,walk, run on my grass if i want!
Seriously though, i dont think a front wing thats different will make that big of a difference, i think Mclaren, Williams and the new Mclaren will be so close its not funny, hopefully the Mclaren then Williams followed by Ferrari, i think Mclaren will do well because i am a Mclaren fan AND because the car will have so many miles when the season starts
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