The Ferrari 150° Italia, internally known as the Ferrari F150, is a Formula One motor racing car built by Scuderia Ferrari to compete in the 2011 Formula One season.
It was launched at Ferrari's headquarters in Maranello, Italy on 28 January 2011. The car's chassis designation had been chosen to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italy's unification.
In February 2011, Ford declared its intention to sue Ferrari over the use of the F150 name, to which Ford owns a trademark. On March 3, Ferrari announced that the name had been tweaked to "Ferrari 150° Italia" (the 150º pronounced as the Italian ordinal 'centocinquantesimo', in English 'one hundred and fiftieth'), and that Ford had withdrawn its legal challenge.