The UPS man will no longer deliver a hefty sponsorship check to the House of Maranello, with the US shipping giant and Ferrari terminating their commercial partnership in F1 after nine seasons.
The Scuderia continues to tweak its roster of sponsors for the 2022 season in the wake of its recent deal with Santander.
The Spanish banking institution, which sponsored Ferrari from 2010 to 2017, has revived its association with the Italian outfit, in large part thanks to the rising success of Carlos Sainz.
While Ferrari has yet to confirm the state of its relationship with long-time sponsor Philip Morris, the team has signed up as a secondary partner Swiss-based Velas Network, a digital collectables company.
However, Ferrari has not extended its collaboration with UPS, the team's official logistics and shipping partner since 2013.
Ferrari says that additional partnership announcements are set to be unveiled ahead of the team's official 2022 presentation in mid-February.