It’s that time of year when Formula One teams present their charges for the fast-approaching new season.
Ferrari lifted the garage doors on their 2017 challenger – the SF70H and driving that will be four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Finn Kimi Raikkonen, who are paired together for a third successive season.
Ferrari will be keen to put last season well and truly behind them after failing to win a single race and finishing the campaign third behind Mercedes and Red Bull.
McLaren-Honda also took the covers off their new car at the team’s Woking headquarters on Friday.
Driver’s Fernando Alonso of Spain and Belgium’s Stoffel Vandoorne will be hoping the MCL32 can improve their team’s sixth place finish from last season.
The first pre-season testing for teams takes place in Barcelona starting Monday.
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