WILLIAMS: Williams were the first to unveil their all-new FW37 car and announced their determination to build on and improve on their third place in the constructors’ standings. What do you make of Felipe’s and Valtteri’s new ride?
SAHARA FORCE INDIA: Brand new Mercedes-powered VJM08, with a brand new - and very attractive paint job. McLaren-ish, some might say. Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg continue for the team although the team’s first public outing will be until Barcelona, missing out on the Jerez tests.
SCUDERIA FERRARI: The Red Reveal: SF15-T. Following a tough season, Ferrari unveils their new challenger with Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel pairing up with the man who gave them their last title back in 2007, Kimi Raikkonen. The Italians surely wishing for another golden run with the likes of another successful German. #GetWellSoonMichael
McLAREN HONDA: McLaren Honda: 22 years later. #MakeHistory says the team, anxious to rediscover the path to victory, pairing up ex-Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso with Jenson Button. This time, it’s the MP4-30 to hit the racetracks. Will success lie ahead for the inspirational Woking-based team?
SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO: 10 years in F1! Boy do they fly by. Meet the STR10 car, and the youngest-EVER driver pairing in the sports history, with 17 year old Max Verstappen and 20 year old Carlos Sainz. Red Bull’s italian, sister team confident the rookies’s hunger will translate to success.
INFINITI RED BULL RACING: Ah, Red Bull. A very psychodelic-Renault-powered RB11 car was finally revealed in Jerez, for the first winter testing try-out. Daniel Ricciardo’s spectacular 2014 season will be the route to follow surely, as new youngster Daniil Kvyat joins the team. Will it be Red Bull challenging Mercedes this year?
MERCEDES: They won 16 of the 19 races last year. SIXTEEN. The crushing-defending champs unveiled their W06 hybrid car at Jerez, and surely have built on the marvelous 2014 car. Get ready for another Lewis/Nico showdown. A 2015 re-match, ladies and gents.
SAUBER F1 TEAM: Think Blue. Sauber return to Formula One this year with extensive changes in their C34, and their all-new driver line-up. The team said their car was lighter, and far more stabilized better performer. Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr take on the challenge.
LOTUS F1 TEAM: Another Mercedes-powered car, the E23 hybrid has finally come together to fight past hardships for the Lotus team. Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado both continue for the Enstone team, with a pretty nose and high hopes for a good 2015.