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Last Updated: Friday, 25 February 2005, 14:55 GMT
Ferrari and Jordan launch photos

Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello reveal the F2005

The wraps finally come off the new Ferrari as Michael Schumacher helps unveil the F2005 at Maranello

The new Ferrari F2005 will make its debut in May

The F2005 is revealed in its full glory, but it will not make its debut until the Spanish Grand Prix on 8 May

Michael Schumacher with the F2005

Michael Schumacher, who will start the season in a modified version of the 2004 car, is chasing a sixth straight title

Michael Schumacher and team-mate Rubens Barrichello sit on the F2005

Schumacher won 13 of last season's 18 races, with team-mate Rubens Barrichello (left) victorious twice

The F2005 seen from the front

Ferrari technical director Ross Brawn says the F2005 is stiffer, lighter, more stable and will place less stress on the tyres

A close-up of the F2005's front wing

New aerodynamic rules have been introduced to reduce downforce, and the F2005 has a unique front wing design

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo clenches his fist as he poses with the F2005

Ferrari have won the last six constructors' titles, and president Luca di Montezemolo says there will be no let-up

A Russian military band performs in front of the new Jordan car in Red Square

Jordan chose Moscow's Red Square for their car launch to reflect the Russian roots of new owner Alex Shnaider

Jordan drivers Tiago Monteiro and Narain Karthikeyan in Red Square

New drivers Tiago Monteiro (left) and Narain Karthikeyan donned Russian hats for the occasion

Jordan drivers Robert Doornbos, Narain Karthikeyan, Roman Rusinov and Tiago Monteiro pose with members of a Russian military band in Red Square

The team was serenaded by a Russian military band as they began the countdown to next week's Australian Grand Prix

Jordan drivers Narain Karthikeyan and Tiago Monteiro shake hands

Only Minardi scored fewer points than Jordan in 2004, so rookies Karthikeyan (left) and Monteiro have a tough task ahead




SEE ALSO
Ferrari take wraps off 2005 car
25 Feb 05 |  Formula One
Jordan unveil new car in Moscow
25 Feb 05 |  Formula One


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