https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/saub ... e-1007052/
"At the back of the car we have the new 2018 Ferrari engine which will power us of course to very good positions. We also have the gearbox of the Ferrari together with the Ferrari rear suspension – which meant we had to move the rear suspension by 40mm further backwards." Jorg Zander
Still, I wonder about basing any assumptions re Ferrari wheelbase on the Sauber, who make their own front suspension; seems like the Haas is the better comparison (was exactly the same length as the Ferrari last year - understandably, given they were using the exact same suspension) and to my eye it actually looks a little bit shorter than last year.
Let's see, I guess; I imagine no official wheelbase figures will be released just yet anyway.
Edit: Might as well add this here (from the Haas thread) as I think it could be indicative of the Ferrari:
SO this is just a bit of fun, and by no means do I think it's 100% accurate (various caveats about photo angles, the method I've used , etc.) but for my own interests, I thought this might give a representation of whether we're looking shorter/longer/the same:
I don't think that number can possibly be right - it's not 10cm shorter than last year's shortest car (or is it?
) - but it might at least suggest that it's likely to be less than the 3594mm they (and Ferrari) ran last year.