Alfa Romeo, Haas and Renault have officially revealed their new cars on the first morning of winter testing.
Ten teams - and now 10 cars - have been revealed for the 2020 Formula 1 season. Let's take a closer look...
When, where and how to watch all of winter testing with Sky Sports F1, starting on Wednesday morning at 7.55am
Formula 1's new-for-2020 cars are already up and running, with three more teams conducting their shakedowns on Monday.
Racing Point have completed Formula 1's class of 2020 by becoming the 10th and final team to launch their car for the new season.
Williams have revealed a dramatic new livery for a 2020 season in which they have vowed to "fight" and improve their F1 fortunes.
Formula 1 is back with new cars, new looks and plenty of promise ahead of the start of winter testing this coming week.
Sky Sports F1's David Croft is joined by his Italian counterpart Carlo Vanzini to run the rule over Ferrari's 2020 challenger.
F1 has a new alpha on the grid in 2020, with AlphaTauri revealing the rebranded team's car and image for the new season.
Watch a first-look clip of the 2020 Mercedes hitting the track and James Allison explaining what they have worked to improve.
Love was in the air at Alfa Romeo on Friday as their F1 2020 challenger hit the track for the first time in another Valentine's Day-inspired livery.
Mercedes have launched the car on which their hopes of maintaining their unprecedented sequence of F1 success in 2020 rest.
McLaren's chiefs and drivers explain their hopes for the new F1 season and where the new MCL35 differs from its predecessor.
Christian Horner hailed the marriage of Honda's 2020 engine with Red Bull's new RB16 chassis after a successful track debut.
McLaren have revealed a striking and sleek MCL35 for the 2020 season - featuring a matte finish for the first time.
Watch the latest contender to join the 2020 F1 parade as McLaren unveil their MCL35 from their iconic Woking base.
Sebastian Vettel is confident he will sign a new contract at Ferrari after being confirmed as their "first option" for 2021,
Renault have declared intent to rediscover their F1 momentum in 2020 as they launched their season, minus the new RS20 car.
Ferrari have launched the car they hope will finally bring F1's world titles back to Italy after a grand reveal of the new SF1000.
Ferrari took the cover off their 2020 F1 contender at an extravagant launch event - watch the video of the reveal here.
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