Formula 1's new cars gallery

Formula 1 teams have completed their designs for the new season, due to start in Australia on March 13. Check out their sleek new machines here...

Mercedes

bottas in testing
Champions don't need to change much...
Mercedes W11 F1 car
Just a flash of red on the Mercedes' airbox is the most striking visual difference

Ferrari

Ferrari SF1000 F1 car
Red, lots of red. It must be Ferrari's SF1000 with a matte finish
Ferrari SF1000 F1 car
Yeah, definitely the SF1000

McLaren

MCL35 Mclaren F1 car
The papaya orange-coloured car won a lot of friends last year in the sport
MCL35 Mclaren F1 car
Mainly down to a couple of super-quick drivers, and a distinctive look. More of the same in 2020...

Red Bull

RB16 Red Bull F1 car
Could be any time over the last four years
RB16 Red Bull F1 car
But Red Bull's RB16 should still cause Lewis Hamilton a few problems

Alpha Tauri

Alfa Tauri in testing
Wow. Toro Rosso's name change has brought about a striking new look...
Scuderia AlphaTauri AT01 F1 car
Although when they launched it they used the 2019 model

Alfa Romeo

C39 Alfa Romeo Racing F1 car
Ah, a classic testing livery. Alfa Romeo also ran a livery last year which was designed not to give too much aerodynamic profile away...
alfa romeo in testing
But it just made many fans disappointed when it saw the colour scheme it actually raced in, which is this one released during testing

Racing Point

RP20 F1 car
Even more pink than previously (again displayed here on an older car so not to reveal too much ahead of testing)...
Racing Point during testing
And then the new car at testing. Spot the difference

Renault

RS20 Renault F1 Car
Renault weren't giving away much at their launch
Renault during testing
But we're loving this test-only all-black mean machine livery

Williams

FW43 Williams F1 car
Quite a big change for Williams' look this season
FW43 Williams F1 car
Let's hope the car is as fast as it looks - they need more speed

Haas

VF20 Haas F1 car
Last year's Haas was a lovely combo of black and gold
Haas launch car at Barcelona testing
But a rather public fall-out with their title sponsor means they revert back to their original colours for 2020