Cast your eye over F1's new machines

Haas launched digital images of the VF-18
Haas... struggled to stand out at most races in 2017, as did the predominantly grey livery
Haas launched digital images of the VF-18
This colour scheme of the new VF-18 attempts to minimise the visual impact of the controversial 'halo' head-protection device
Ferrari's new car
Not sure who most of this lot are, but they all look reasonably happy with the new Ferrari - not that "reasonably" is anywhere good enough for the Scuderia's top brass
There's unquestionably some complex-looking aero work around the sidepods - more holes than a... Red Bull
Williams unveil the FW41
Williams were one of the first to release images of their FW41 - same smart, 'retro', livery as recent years, but with more dramatic curves
Williams unveil the FW41
There's a fear Williams' inexperienced drivers could struggle this season, but this disco dancefloor-vibe front-on shot wins our admiration
Force India
The Pink Panther is back! Force India revealed the VJM11 on the first morning of pre-season testing in Barcelona
Sauber launched their new C37 car
Sauber's new model mixes the old and the new - Alfa Romeo's return to F1 for the first time since 1985 and highly rated rookie Charles Leclerc in the driving seat
Sauber launched their new C37 car
Aardvark inspired? The C37 features an unusual nose treatment aimed at best channelling the airflow under the car
Renault launch the R18
Renault appear to have dipped into the archives with this shade of yellow, which is closer to their traditional racing colour from the '70s and '80s
Renault launch the RS18
Heavy use of black with a bright yellow lining...the RS18 takes top marks for sleek design
Red Bull
Matte is back! The Red Bull revealed their livery for the 2018 season on the first day of the first test in Barcelona
Finland's Valtteri Bottas test drives the new 2018 season Mercedes-AMG F1 W09
Bottas looks fairly visible under the new halo - it's as if they were always there, right?
Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP driving the Mercedes W09 on track during the launch of the Mercedes Formula One team's 2018 car, the W09, at Silverstone Circuit
Hamilton said of the new car: "I am hopeful we have ironed out a lot of the creases." If they have, their competitors better worry
Toro Rosso
Toro Rosso released an image of their Honda-powered STR13 four days early, just hours after an unauthorised image was leaked on social media - if Honda have made huge strides with their engine, Toro Rosso could spring a huge surprise
McLaren were last to unveil their papaya orange MCL33
McLaren went back to papaya for 2018 - their traditional colour scheme from the '60s
The MCL33 has switched from a Honda to a Renault engine
One thing that is brand new, though, is the Renault engine underneath the body

Top Stories