Old Scuderia Ferrari trucks appeared with black "Ferrari" lettering and the traditional prancing horse.
In the 60's "Ferrari" word was repainted in yellow and the horse appeared bigger, yellow letters also appeared in the boxes sign and cars' rear wings.
In 1983 Ferrari started to use their official logo.
In 1997 Phillip Morris tobacco became a main sponsor of Scuderia.
In 1999 the wordmark was updated.
Due the tobacco sponsorship ban in sports Marlboro logo was replaced by the controversial barcode, associated with cigarettes brand logo.
In 2009 Ferrari little bit modified barcode, but in mid-2010 was critcised because of subliminal tobacco advertisiment. President of Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo called the claims pointless and ridiculous, but barcode was removed from the cars at Spanish Grand Prix, however, still being seen on teamwear.
In 2011 Ferrari revaled their new logo without barcode, but the logo was similar to Marlboro's. In 2012 Scuderia drops "Marlboro" from the name, but Phillip Morris is still their partner.
In 2018 Ferrari changed the logo to the classic emblem, as it turned out they did it because Philip Morris decided to promote their Mission Winnow initiative of "Constantly searching for better ways of doing things".
When the deal started they updated the logo. Unlike with Marlboro, they advertised openly, with the actual logo appearing on the cars, it also faced a lot of controversies, so in 2019 almost every country banned the brand's logos.