Having cancelled all the rounds before Austrian Grand Prix, Ferrari could had seen the name of its car completely unsable.
The SF1000 was named after the celebrations predicted to take place into the season for the 1000th race that the Prancing Horse should have undergone; with the pandemic cancellations the party would have been now slipped the weekend after the Monza race, being the home event the 999th partecipation for Maranello.
Racefans.net reported that Liberty Media has got repeated contacts with the Ferrari entourage the availability of having a second event on home soil: Ferrari is still the owner of the famous MotoGP Mugello circuit in Tuscany. Back in 2012 the facility near Florence had already hosted the teams for a Pirelli test, with enthusiatic comments from drivers.
Ferrari seems to be in favour of a back-to-back on home soil as other options are not praticable, with Fiorano (used only for testing) and Imola (for restrictions concerning mass gatherings) not suitable; moreover, the organizers of the following event, Singapore, are yet not able to confirm on which date of September they will be able to hold their race.