trouble for the horse....
Ferrari's bid to challenge for this year's World titles reportedly took a knock when their 663 failed its crash tests.
A new regulation this season is that all chassis must pass the mandatory FIA crash tests before they can take part in pre-season testing.
But, according to Finland's Turun Sanomat, Ferrari's 2012 chassis, dubbed the 663, failed on its first attempt.
This meant it was back to the drawing board for Ferrari, who had to reinforce the structure before the second attempt at the tests.
That test is reportedly scheduled for the coming week with Ferrari then set to unveil their new car on February 3rd before testing kicks off on the 7th.