Sergio Marchionne will begin his first full-year as Ferrari’s President after succeeding Luca di Montezemolo, while Maurizio Arrivabene occupies the role of Team Principal after Marco Mattiacci was sacked in November. Design chiefs Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis also departed the outfit at the end of last year.
The SF15-T will be given its public debut in the hands of four-times World Champion Vettel at Jerez on Sunday, before Räikkönen samples the machine for the final two days of the test.
The most striking aspect of the SF15-T is its modified front nose design in order to comply with Formula 1’s updated regulations.
The rear end of the car is more tightly packed than the F14-T as Ferrari bids to improve downforce, while the front and rear brake ducts have also been remodelled.