Take a look and hear them for yourselves: The 2014 F1 cars on track in Bahrain
Ted Kravitz introduces the W05, the RB10, the MP4-29 and the VJM07
By Sky Sports Online
Last Updated: 28/02/14 1:35pm
Introducing the Red Bull RB10
It has, to say the least, been a troubled birth for the World Champions' new creation.
After completing just 21 laps at the Jerez test, its running at Bahrain has been restricted by a series of reoccurring problems amid ongoing speculation that it may indeed be replaced by a b-spec car for May's Spanish GP.
Best take a look at it whilst you can then - here is the RB10 on track early on Day One of the third and final pre-season test.
Introducing the Mercedes W05
The first among equal of the 2014 runners? The W05 has looked a class apart this winter, running both quickly and reliably at both Jerez and Bahrain.
The bookies have reacted by making Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton the favourites for the Constructors' and Drivers' Championships respectively, and there's every expectation that the team will be a frontrunner when the season begins on March 16.
Introducing the McLaren MP4-29
Could this be the car that will see McLaren return to the top table of F1 after failing to register a single podium finish in 2013?
So far, so good, with the MP4-29 consistently impressing during winter testing - now take a look for yourselves.
Introducing the Force India VJM07
Piloted by Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez, the VJM07 is fast emerging as a serious player in the 2014 field.
Having originally captured attention on account of its lurid nose, it has since garnered plenty of interest due to its appearances on the track - twice topping the timesheets during winter testing. Could this be the car that inspires Force India's return to the podium in 2014 for the first time in five years?