The livery of the 2020 Scuderia Ferrari car that will be presented today in Reggio Emilia and in addition to the dark red that has been confirmed by Mattia Binotto, the livery will also display a thread of white and green to honor the flag of Italy often referred to in Italian as il Tricolore, who has a home in the Emilian city, which today is celebrating the event of the Scuderia.
There will be a little bit of white on the new Ferrari which on Tuesday 11 February will see the veils fall in the Teatro Romolo Valli in Reggio Emilia at 18.30 CET. And, together with the more common red on the body of the 671, a thread of green will also be added to honor the Italian flag that was born in the Emilian city which today hosts the presentation.
Reggio Emilia will be festively decorated on Tuesday: fans of the Scuderia, in fact, will find tricolor quotes in special places such as the fountain overlooking the Valli Municipal Theater and the three Calatrava Bridges which will be illuminated with the colors of the national flag.
And at the end of the presentation of the new Ferrari, the mayor of Reggio Emilia will deliver the original flag to the Maranello team.
In short, after the gesture of the countess Paolina Biancoli, mother of Francesco Baracca who had given Enzo Ferrari in 1929 the Prancing Horse of his son, aviator ace of the First World War, we will now see another symbolic act which attests to the recognized value of the Scuderia.
Reggio Emilia as the navel of the Italian world and Ferrari as its maximum expression in the world. President John Elkann wants to represent the Italian nature of the brand, despite the merger that is underway between FCA and PSA (which is more of an acquisition by the French side).
The 2020 Scuderia Ferrari car will be full of responsibilities not only for sport, but also for cultural heritage that is being lost a bit: the #essereferrari hastag will perhaps add the #essereitaliani pride. Because Maranello is in the heart of the Motor Valley, that area of the country that expresses the best of Made in Italy, investing in innovation and research, two engines of growth thanks to which it would be possible to reduce the exodus of young people abroad.