As the first race of the 2019 Formula 1 season approaches, teams are finally beginning to reveal their cars and liveries. So far, every team except Sauber has revealed their official car designs. We'll be updating this article as more cars are revealed.
The 2019 season means it's now been more than 10 years since Ferrari won an F1 title, the last being the Constructor's Championship in 2008. It hopes to change that with the SF90. Driven by four-time champ Sebastian Vettel and former junior driver Charles Leclerc, it sports a matte red and black paint, and looks great.
Philip Morris's Mission Winnow is the title sponsor, joined by other such as Shell, UPS, and Ray Ban.
Williams finally revealed their new car, the FW42, after teasing us with the livery design earlier in the week. Gone is the iconic Martini sponsorship, replaced by communications company RoKit. The car is black, blue, and white, and certainly stands out.
Drivers George Russell and Robert Kubica will get behind the wheel to (hopefully) bring the team out of its slump.
McLaren is about to embark on its second season with Renault power and its first without Fernando Alonso. Rookie Lando Norris will join the team and drive along Carlos Sainz.
The livery is an update of the Papaya Orange scheme McLaren has used for the past few years, which pays tribute to Bruce McLaren's distinct color of choice. The orange is offset by Vega Blue, a color offered for McLaren's road cars.
Racing Point F1, formerly Force India, managed to survive into the 2019 season after being put into administration before being purchased by Canadian Lawrence Stroll and a handful of other investors. Its new 2019 car retains the BWT-branded pink design scheme, along with a new sponsor, betting company SportPesa.
Returning driver Sergio Perez will be joined by Stroll's son, Lance, formerly of Williams.
Mercedes, the defending championship team, returns to 2019 with the W10, a lovely silver arrow with neon turquoise flare. It's powered by a heavily revised 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 hybrid unit, and features a bunch of new aero.
Valtteri Bottas and defending champion Lewis Hamilton return as drivers for the team. This'll be the car to watch for pole in Melbourne.
This is Red Bull's 2019 RB15, but don't be fooled by the livery—it's a one-off design for the debut event of the car, and won't make its way to race tracks this season.
Red Bull has dropped its Renualt power unit for 2019, opting for Honda-powered units instead. Drivers Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly (up from Toro Rosso, Red Bull's junior team) will be piloting the car.
Codenamed the VF-19, Haas's 2019 car sports a lovely black and gold livery that's supposed to reflect the colors of its title sponsor, Rich Energy, the British energy drink company. For many hardcore F1 fans, it may seem like a sort of throwback to the John Player Special designs of the 1970s.
Other sponsors on the car include Jack & Jones, Peak, BlueDEF, Richard Mille, Alpinestars, and Pirelli. Haas's driver lineup remains the same as last year, with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen manning the cockpits for 2019. We can't wait to see this thing on the grid.