Ferrari have changed their controversial racing team logo, with the new design to come into force from January 1 next year.
The team were recently criticised regarding the barcode emblem that had previously adorned their cars and is still on display on the team uniform.
Team boss Stefano Domenicali told reporters at the British Grand Prix that the new red-and-white logo would be introduced on the cars, drivers’ overalls and team uniform from January 1 next year.
“This is a new trademark of Ferrari,” he said, adding that Marlboro would remain part of the team’s official name next season.
“I can confirm that next year the team name will be the same — Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro. No change.”
The barcode was removed from the car to be replaced with a white square, then removed completely. Now the team will remove it from their logo starting from next season.