Scuderia Ferrari’s contender for the 2019 Formula One World Championship, the Ferrari SF90 is named to celebrate the marque’s 90th anniversary. Driven by four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel and his new teammate for 2019, Charles Leclerc, the SF90 is the sixty fifth single-seater to be built by Ferrari to compete in the Formula One World Championship and the sixth built for the hybrid era.
In total, the SF90 powered Ferrari to second in the Constructors’ Championship, earning three wins, sixteen further podiums, nine pole positions, six fastest laps and 288 points, as well as holding seven lap records: for qualifying runs in Bahrain (LEC), Canada (VET), Austria (LEC) and Japan (VET) and for fastest race laps at the Azerbaijani (LEC), French (VET) and US (LEC) Grand Prix.
Ferrari remain the most successful constructor in Formula One history, leading the way with sixteen Constructors' Championships and fifteen Drivers' Championships. Their most recent victory occurred back in 2008, when Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen failed the secure the Drivers' title but saw their points haul take the top spot for the Constructors.