Esteban Gutierrez has praised the Haas VF-16 – the first chassis produced by the new F1 team – as a “great car” ahead of their race debut.
Champions Mercedes have given every indication they intend to dominate year three of the V6 hybrid turbo rules as they did the previous two.
If Mercedes are going to face any serious opposition in their quest for more championship silverware, Ferrari are their rivals who are best-placed to offer it.
Santino Ferrucci has been appointed as a development driver by Haas.
Williams was F1’s top customer team last year but will face renewed competition from richer rivals with greater resources in 2016.
With no new engine options on the table for Red Bull expect another year of bitter complaining if Renault don’t produce the goods.
After finishing a best-ever fifth in the constructors’ championship last year, can Force India realistically expect to do much better in 2016?
Manor has retained Alexander Rossi as its official reserve driver for 2016 following his brief stint in their race line-up last year.
With a promising chassis, a much more reliable power unit and a pair of exciting drivers, Toro Rosso could be about to enjoy their best season for years.
Renault is at the start of a major programme of recruitment and restructuring has begun to get the team back up to ‘fighting weight’.
Sauber was the only team not to have its new car ready for the first test of the new season, meaning it could start the year at a disadvantage.
It’s a cliche to describe an upcoming year as a ‘big season’ for a particular team. But in the case of McLaren and their tie-up with Honda it may well be true.
It’s all change at Manor this year but the arrival of Mercedes power could propel them from tail-enders to the midfield.
According to Manor the fire extinguisher is the only part the MRT05 shares with its predecessor. Take a look at what’s new.
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says his team’s new car has worked “much better than expected” in pre-season testing.
Renault begins its return to F1 with a car closely based on last year’s Lotus and lots of catching-up to do with its power unit.
Kimi Raikkonen says the Halo driver head protection device he tested this morning did not cause any significant visibility problems.
Force India’s new VJM09 closely resembles the successful ‘B spec’ version of their previous car as the team seeks to carry their late-2015 momentum into the new season.
Jenson Button described Honda’s latest power unit development as the largest step they have made so far.
Sauber was the only team not to have its new car ready for the first test of 2016. So what’s new on their C35?