The Ferrari brand has had a difficult time with its drivers over the past couple of years.
Last year, the Italian automaker lost its drivers to a number of serious accidents.
Now, however, a new service that is looking to attract drivers has been set up that will allow its drivers, many of whom are veterans of the Italian sport, to get a taste of the sport that is a popular way of life in Italy.
The new fleet of fleet trucks, called ‘Fittaglia’ or ‘F1 Truck’, was launched last week, and will offer drivers a chance to try out their new service before it is rolled out to the general public.
Fittaglias are basically mini trucks that are designed to go around corners, but are not actually trucks.
It is a new concept that Ferrari has been exploring since last year, when it decided to test a new generation of its fleet of supercars.
It wanted to see if it could improve the safety of its drivers while keeping costs down.
To do so, the company built its own supercars, and a prototype version of the new Fittagna was used in the Italian Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya in April.
The company then set out to develop a fleet of the Fittagnas, a brand new concept in the sports car world, and decided to go with a concept that could be seen as a successor to the F1.
According to the company, the idea was to make the Fatti supercar more accessible to the wider public, as it is designed to have a wider range of options.
Fitta is the Italian for ‘good’, and the new fleet is the brainchild of Ferrari’s president Luca di Montezemolo.
According on Fittago, the fleet will be able to travel up to 300 kilometres on a single charge, and it is hoped that the cars will become even more affordable.
The Fittagonas will be available for $1,000 (£770), which is still a relatively high price tag for an F1 supercar, but that will make the fleet more affordable, especially since it will be offered as a one-off for the public.
It was also hoped that Fittaggio drivers would be able access their own fleet of cars.
The team hopes to have the fleet up and running by 2020.