Ferrari F1 2012 Launch Cancelled by Snow

2012 Ferrari Formula 1 Race Car (F2012) 1 photo
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Earlier today, Ferrari released the official photos and details of its new 2012 F1 Car. However, the live presentation of the car, which was supposed to take place at the company’s Fiorano test track in Italy at 10:30 local time tomorrow was cancelled, due to the extreme weather conditions.
Over the last few days, the area has seen frighteningly low temperatures, with blizzard dominating the scene. Maranello is now covered in snow, so even if Ferrari would manage to clear out the track for a demo run, the roads leading to it won’t allow the guests to arrive at the event.

Ferrari hasn’t announced when the presentation of the F2012 has been rescheduled for, but we’re pretty sure that the Pracing Horse will take advantage of the first opportunity to baptize the car on its home track.
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