I have ranked the ten cars contesting the 2017 F1 championship from worst to best below. The rankings take only livery and car shape into account, and are purely for fun. Drop your top ten in the comments or tweet me @kevinbossonf1.
Williams released their FW40 on Saturday online. They had presented computer renderings on the 17th, and the final product ended up pretty similar to those. The car appears to be an evolution of the 2014-16 cars updated to this year’s regulations:
After years of speculation and an offseason full of teasing from team Woking, McLaren has finally returned to orange. The team undergone a lot of change this offseason. Ron Dennis is out along with the MP4 name. The MCL32 ushers in a new era for Honda powered McLaren:
The Scuderia have changed up their name again, going from SF16-H to SF70H. The 70 is to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first car badged as a Ferrari, the 125 S. Let’s have a look at what Ferrari have created: