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Ferrari to launch the 'Ferrauber'
Ferrari will be unveiling the front half of a F2012 and the rear half of the Sauber C31 when they launch their B-spec car at Mugello next month.
Although Ferrari clinched the victory last time out in Malaysia, in dry conditions their 2012 car is sorely lacking compared to its rivals - even the Sauber if the latter stages of the Malaysian GP are any indicator.
As a result, Ferrari are set to unveil a dramatically altered car at the only pre-season test at Mugello at the start of May.
According to reports, the 'new' car will look very similar to Sauber's C31 at the rear so much so that Autosprint have dubbed it the 'Ferrauber'.
Incorporating Sauber's exhaust layout, rear solution and sidepods, the two models will not only share looks but also engines and gearboxes as Sauber use Ferrari's.
The B-spec Ferrari, though, will stay retain its current front-end design.
The car is expected to be unveiled on the first day of a three-day in-season test at Mugello on May 1st.