The Ferrari SF16-H was used by the team during the 2016 F1 season. It was designed by James Allison and raced by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.
The SF16-H marked a departure for Ferrari in several signficant areas of its design. The team moved towards using a much shorter and switched to push-rod suspension at the front of the car for the first time since 2011. The car’s V6 hybrid turbo power unit was also packaged much more tightly to aid air flow at the rear of the car.