Most Formula One teams have simple naming systems. Red Bull have named their cars RB1, RB2, RB3 etc. while Mercedes name theirs the W01, W02, W03 etc. Ferrari on the other hand like to do things differently. Very differently.
It appears the Scuderia just can’t pick a logic name system as you’ll see below.
In 2007 their car was called the…
2007: The F2007
A year later they logically named their car…
2008: The F2008
So naturally in 2009 it was called…
2009: The F60
Wait what, so what was it called the next year?
2010: The F10
Ermmm, so presumably their next car was the F11?
2011: The 150° Italia
2012: The F2012
Back on track, so next year it was the F2013?
2013: The F138
Of course it was…
2014: The F14 T
So what about this year?
The SF15-T will be revealed to the world online on Friday.