The chassis of SF90 was designed by by Mattia Binotto, Enrico Cardile, Fabio Montecchi and David Sanchez with Corrado Iotti leading the powertrain design. The car named to celebrate Scuderia 90th anniversary, was driven by four time world champion Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari debutant Charles Leclerc. The car performed very well in qualifying – Leclerc scored 7 pole positions, the most of any driver that season, but was slower on long distance than Mercedes and Red Bull. The Monegasque achieved his first win in Belgium making him the youngest ever Ferrari race winner. Then he won from pole position at Monza and became the first Ferrari driver to win Italian Grand Prix since Fernando Alonso won there for the team in 2010. Leclerc ended the 2019 season in fourth place in the championship with 264 points, ahead of teammate Vettel who scored one victory at Singapore.
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