Going around the Sun with the shortest sidereal period of any known minor body, 151 days, the discovery of 2019 LF6 represents an important step in the quest for the Vatiras, giving further credibility to the existence of this elusive population that orbits entirely within Venus' path. Atira-class asteroid 2019 LF6 is now the asteroid with the second shortest aphelion distance, 0.79 au, after that of 2019 AQ3, 0.77 au; both objects have been found by the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) observing system. The study of its orbital evolution shows a coupled oscillation of the values of eccentricity and inclination, but no libration of the value of the argument of perihelion; therefore, the Lidov-Kozai mechanism is not at work in this case. In addition, 2019 LF6 is not currently in mean-motion resonance with any planet. As in the case of 2019 AQ3 and other Atiras, it mostly avoids close encounters with both Venus and Mercury; the Earth-Moon system and Jupiter are the main secular perturbers of 2019 LF6. The discovery of ever more Vatira-like asteroids with similar dynamics strongly suggests that true Vatiras are indeed waiting to be found as both populations are linked by dynamical pathways.