Sky Sports F1's Simon Lazenby reflects on a frantic end to 'launch week' with hosting duties at McLaren and Ferrari, and the messages received...
Ferrari have unveiled the car they hope will end their title drought and Mercedes' F1 dominance in 2019.
McLaren have unveiled their new MCL34 car for the 2019 Formula 1 season with the team aiming for an improved campaign.
Racing Point have officially launched their ambitious new era with the team targeting "the very top of the sport" in future.
Introducing the new Red Bull...with a colour scheme we were not expecting! But the team admit it is only a one-off.
Mercedes have revealed the new car, the W10, ahead of the F1 2019 season as they bid to maintain their long title reign.
Renault are aiming to continue their impressive rebuild and gain on F1's top three after launching their 2019 car, the RS19.
Toro Rosso have released the first images of their 2019 car to kick off Formula 1's eagerly-anticipated 'launch week'.
The new aerodynamic rules for the 2019 Formula season have resulted in some intriguing designs on the new cars. So, what's new?
Haas have offered a first look at F1 2019 by revealing a striking black and gold livery for the new season.
There are two new team names, five new drivers, and a very-different looking grid for Formula 1 in 2019.
Red Bull's Christian Horner reckons Max Verstappen is the driver Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel will fear the most in F1 2019.
Sauber will become known as Alfa Romeo Racing in 2019 as the Italian carmaker increases its presence at the team.
The Sky F1 pundits discuss Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and lots more in the build-up to pre-season.
Formula 1 will stage its first-ever season launch event ahead of March's season-opening Australian GP in Melbourne.
Jenson Button believes F1 is poised for a three-team fight at the front in 2019 and that it is key for Max Verstappen he is part of it.
Sky F1's Nico Rosberg believes the "pressure is on" Sebastian Vettel heading into 2019 as Ferrari bid to topple Mercedes.
The all-important race calendar, car launch and winter testing dates, plus driver line-ups for the next Formula 1 season.
Renault say Daniel Ricciardo has shown faith in their future plans, as the French team aim to go on the "attack" from F1 2019.
Ferrari have replaced Maurizio Arrivabene with Mattia Binotto as their team principal ahead of the 2019 F1 season.
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