The Scuderia Ferrari SF90 hit the track for the first time on Sunday, as the Italian squad completed the shakedown of its new challenger.
Ferrari launched the car on Friday in a tweaked livery which includes a matte finish. The team will be hoping that the new car will be the one that halts Mercedes' run of titles, as it remains undefeated in the turbo hybrid era.
Sebastian Vettel did the majority of the running, which was limited to 100km as per filming day regulations. However, Charles Leclerc, who will make his debut for the team after spending the 2018 campaign at Sauber, stepped in behind the wheel towards the end of the day.
Vettel will drive the car on Monday, which will be the first day of pre-season testing, and Wednesday, while Leclerc will occupy the seat on the second and final day of running at test one.