2015 Ferrari SF15-T Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

2015 Ferrari SF15-T  Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

2015 Ferrari SF15-T Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

The Ferrari SF15-T is a Formula One racing car which Ferrari used to compete in the 2015 Formula One season. It was driven by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen. The SF15-T was launched on 30 January 2015. Carrying over his tradition from Red Bull and Toro Rosso, Vettel named his SF15-T “Eva” for the 2015 season.
Team principal Maurizio Arrivabene had set the team a target of winning 2 races in the 2015 season. Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix after capitalising on an early safety car. Räikkönen came home in fourth place after suffering a puncture following contact with another car in the early stages of the race. In Bahrain, Räikkönen had his best showing yet coming home in 2nd place. He capitalised on Vettel’s troubles and Nico Rosberg’s brake by wire issues.
A second win was achieved in Hungary, when Vettel overtook the two Mercedes cars at the start, and led for the majority of the race. Vettel took his first pole for Ferrari and the team’s first for three years – since the 2012 German Grand Prix – in Singapore, ending Mercedes’ dominance of qualifying since the dawn of the new Formula One turbo era. He then led the entire race, to take his and the team’s third victory of the season with Räikkönen finishing third to record the team’s first double podium finish for two years.
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2015 Ferrari SF15-T  Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

2015 Ferrari SF15-T Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart


2015 Ferrari SF15-T  Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

2015 Ferrari SF15-T Formula One Bahrain GP K. Raikkonen by Look Smart

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