Williams have officially unveiled their 2017 car, the FW40. The team previously shared computer rendered images of their car last Friday, though the official images seem somewhat different to the render. The eye is immediately drawn to the large shark fin, which features the familiar Martini branding. The car also features
McLaren have launched their new car – the MCL32 – in an event at their factory in Woking. The highly anticipated MCL32 features a striking new orange, black and white livery. While upon first glance the new McLaren may appear to be more simplistic than the other 2017 cars revealed
Ferrari have launched their 2017 machinery – the SF70-H The car was revealed online and features a unique wing, attached to the shark fin – which has become somewhat of a staple of 2017 Formula One cars. The livery of the SF70-H features less white than was present on its
Reigning World Champions Mercedes AMG Petronas have launched their 2017 title defender – the W08. The Brackley-based team, who took the Drivers’ and Constructors’ titles in 2014, 2015 and 2016, unveiled their 2017 car at an event at the Silverstone circuit. Mercedes’ new aggressive looking W08 features a slightly refreshed livery.
Force India have unveiled their 2017 car – the VJM10. The launch, which took place across the road from the Silverstone-based team’s factory at the home of the British Grand Prix, was streamed online and was hosted by Sky Sports F1’s David Croft and Natalie Pinkham. Otmar Szafnauer revealed that
Renault have launched their 2017 F1 car – the RS17 – at an event in London. The event was streamed live online and featured interviews with team personnel and 2017 drivers, as well as Alain Prost, who joins the team as a Special Advisor. The sleek new car features the familiar distinctive yellow
Sauber have become the first F1 team to officially unveil their 2017 challenger, the C36. The car was revealed via the team’s Twitter account ahead of a shakedown at the team’s filming day at the Catalunya track on Wednesday. The C36 features a new blue, white and gold livery and celebrates 25 years of
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