Ferrari are to reveal their 2014 car - which will be named by fans - on January 25

Five options on offer in online fan vote

By Mike Wise.   Last Updated: 15/01/14 3:21pm

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Ferrari: New car to be launched on January 25

Ferrari: New car to be launched on January 25

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Ferrari are to reveal their 2014 car on January 25, the day after announcing the results of a competition to name it.

For the first time, the Scuderia are letting fans christen their chassis, using either Ferrari's website or their Facebook or Twitter pages.

Starting on Wednesday, votes can be cast for one of five options - the F14 T, F14 Maranello, F14 Scuderia, F166 Turbo or F616 - with the winner to be announced on Friday January 24 at 11am GMT.

Ferrari will give a first glimpse of the car by releasing photos the following day (at 1.30pm GMT), as well as "a series of multimedia tools that will outline its main technical characteristics".

Much like their rivals, there will be no official reveal as such, with Ferrari instead set to wheel out their challenger at the first pre-season test, which starts at Jerez on January 28.

2014 car launch schedule
January 24 - McLaren MP4-29 - Online.
January 25 - Ferrari - Online.
January 28 - Mercedes W05 & Caterham - Jerez.
February - Lotus - Pre-Bahrain test.

The Sky Sports F1 Online team will be providing live commentary of all three winter tests, starting in Jerez on Tuesday January 28, with live updates from trackside also on Sky Sports News.

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