Ferrari's 2010 Formula One car won't be officially revealed by the team until January 28, but a quick preview of the new car's livery was provided by Fernando Alonso during a test at Circuit Paul Ricard. Spanish bank Santander, which followed Alonso from McLaren to Renault to Ferrari, is making the most of its time with the most famous marque in motorsports.

The Santander logo has replaced the bar code graphic that adorned the airbox and rear wing last year, the Shell logos on the front wings, and the Ferrari shields on the bodywork behind the front wheels. Combined with the new Ferrari overalls, no one will be able to forget who's bringing the cash to the scuderia. Stay tuned Thursday for the final cut, and if you want more, you can watch McLaren's car unveiled live on the Internet on Friday.

[Source: World Car Fans | Image credit: Banco Santander]

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