All four of the pre-2017 Ferrari Formula One cars in F1 2017 have been showcased by developer Codemasters.
Predominantly consisting of vehicles from the 2000s, the quartet of Scuderia Ferrari single-seaters also represents 25% of F1 2017's total classic car roster.
Much like the other classic cars that we already know are coming to F1 2017, the Ferrari roster does include machines that ended up dominating their respective seasons – such as the F2002 and F2004, which won over 80% of the races they competed in.
However, other Ferraris in the roster weren't quite as commanding in their respective championships. For example, the F2007 was only able to secure Kimi Raikkonen his Drivers' Championship crown by a single championship point, whereas Jean Alesi won his only grand prix in the Ferrari 412 T2 that was otherwise outclassed in the 1995 Formula One World Championship.
The remaining five vehicles that make up F1 2017's classic Formula One car roster are expected to be disclosed in the coming weeks.