The covers are off and the first test is just hours away. So what’s your verdict on the field for the 2017 F1 season?
The world champions’ car has already drawn admiring glances from rival teams for its level of aerodynamic development.
Expectations are high for Red Bull in 2017, but are they hiding just how radical the RB13 is?
Ferrari have reversed some of the livery changes they made last year but the SF70H looks like another aggressive take on the new rules.
Force India VJM10
Force India have some novel ideas about how to approach the new rules, as is clear from their new car.
Williams is another team which has been careful not to show us too much of its new car for 2017.
McLaren’s much-vaunted new orange livery catches the eye but there are many more interesting details on the MCL32.
Toro Rosso STR12
Toro Rosso had pretty much the same livery for the past 11 years but have unveiled a new look for the 2017 season.
A darker tone for the second F1 car to come from Haas.
Renault is another team to have made a major change to its livery for the new season.
Sauber is commemorating its 25th year in Formula One with its new car.
Over to you
Which team has the best-looking car for the new season? Cast your vote below and have your say in the comments.
Which is the best-looking F1 car of 2017?
- Mercedes W08 (17%)
- Red Bull RB13 (4%)
- Ferrari SF70H (9%)
- Force India VJM10 (1%)
- Williams FW40 (2%)
- McLaren MCL32 (10%)
- Toro Rosso STR12 (38%)
- Haas VF-17 (3%)
- Renault RS17 (11%)
- Sauber C36 (5%)
Total Voters: 690
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