2019 F1 Cars: Images and Details of Cars of All 10 Teams

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The ongoing 2019 Formula One World Championship is the 70th edition that features 10 teams and 20 drivers. The reigning Formula One Drivers’ champion is the Mercedes racer Lewis Hamilton who won his second consecutive and 5th championship title in the previous season.

Mercedes are the defending World Constructors’ Champions, and the 2018 championship was their 5th titles in a row and have been Constructors’ champion for a total of 7 times. The sport is nothing without the drivers and cars. The 2019 F1 liveries have been revealed. Find out the new remodeling of the 2019 F1 cars here.

1) Alfa Romeo

Full Name: Alfa Romeo Racing
Previous Name: Sauber F1 Team
Race Drivers: Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi
First Entry: 1950 British Grand Prix
Races Entered: 116
Driver’s Championship: 2 (1950, 1951)
Constructor’s Championship: 0
Chassis: C38
Engine: Ferrari 064

Alfa Romeo has dropped the long-standing name Sauber in 2019 and has been renamed to just Alfa Romeo Racing. The 2019 livery is following the same color scheme with the front wing designed to help the channel airflow. The long term used red shade has increased in the rear parts, while a large part in the front has white.

The test drive track at Fiorano presented the first look of the car on 14 February in which, Sauber featured a special masked ‘love’ livery to celebrate the test taking place on Valentine’s Day. Raikkonen took the first drive at Barcelona followed by his team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi.

2) Ferrari

Full Name: Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
Nickname: The Prancing Horse
Race Drivers: Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc
First Entry: 1950 Monaco Grand Prix
Races Entered: 978
Driver’s Championship: 15
Constructor’s Championship: 16
Chassis: SF90
Engine: Ferrari 064

The new 2019 Ferrari livery was launched on 15 February at Maranello in Italy. The new model displays the classic red and the royal black splashes along with the iconic prancing horse patterned in the car. Scuderia Ferrari is considered the most successful F1 team in the history of the sport.

Ferrari has collected 16 Constructor’s titles so far and 15 Driver’s Championships. The racer to be known as the most successful driver of all time, Michael Schumacher raced with Ferrari and won 5 of his 7 titles with the team. Another notable driver, Sebastian Vettel is racing with Ferrari, has paired up with Charles Leclerc in 2019.

3) Haas

Full Name: Rich Energy Haas F1 Team
Previous Name: Haas Formula, Haas Racing Developments
Race Drivers: Romain Grosjean, Kevin Magnussen
First Entry: 2016 Australian Grand Prix
Races Entered: 68
Driver’s Championship: 0
Constructor’s Championship: 0
Chassis: VF-19
Engine: Ferrari 064

The Haas team has finally changed the traditional red scheme in the front with a gold lining. Initially, only the online images of the car were revealed of the 2019 design on February 7 and the car hit the track, conducting private filming at Barcelona. The racer Romain Grosjean took the first drive, followed by Kevin.

Haas signed a multi-year sponsorship with Rich energy in 2019 and has been renamed to Rich Energy Haas F1 team. They stood 5th in the last year’s Constructors’ championship and have not won the Drivers’ or the Constructors’ Championship even once.

4) McLaren

Full Name: McLaren F1 Team
Race Drivers: Lando Norris, Carlos Sainz Jr.
First Entry: 1966 Monaco Grand Prix
Races Entered: 852
Driver’s Championship: 12
Constructor’s Championship: 8
Chassis: MCL-34
Engine: Renault E-Tech 19

McLaren has been one of the most popular and notable teams in F1. The five-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton was initially a part of the McLaren team, who was the last driver to win the team a Championship. McLaren has not won a Championship since then and the 2019 F1 is their first season without Alonso.

The MCL34 was launched on February 14 at the McLaren Technology Center, which retains the historic papaya orange scheme as a tribute to Bruce McLaren’s choice of color, with added blue at the front and rear parts. The team is marking its second season with the Renault power engines.

5) Mercedes

Full Name: Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
Nickname: The Silver Arrows
Race Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas
First Entry: 1954 French Grand Prix
Races Entered: 195
Driver’s Championship: 7
Constructor’s Championship: 5
Chassis: F1 W10 EQ Power+
Engine: Mercedes M10 EQ Power+

Mercedes is the most popular team in Formula One and this popularity has been earned by one of the most successful racers Lewis Hamilton. This team has been a part of the sport since 1954 and the first driver to win a World Championship with Mercedes was the Argentine driver Juan Manuel Fangio.

He won the Driver’s Championship twice in 1954 and 1955, yet failed to win his team the Constructors’ Championship. The 2019 version of the silver arrow has the usual colors, the neon turquoise flair, was first shown online and was driven by the defending Champions Lewis Hamilton on 13th February at the Silverstone circuit.

6) Racing Point

F1 Racing Point

Full Name: SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team
Previous Name: Racing Point Force India F1 Team
Race Drivers: Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll
First Entry: 2019 Australian Grand Prix
Races Entered: 6
Driver’s Championship: 0
Constructor’s Championship: 0
Chassis: RP 19
Engine: BWT Mercedes

The new sponsors SportPesa can be clearly seen on the new pink-and-blue livery of the Racing Point car. Racing Point has an ongoing partnership with BWT and the new version of the car was first revealed at an event in Canada. The car came to public attention on 18 February at Barcelona.

The team retains the same color code in 2019, with the only difference of the sponsor’s name. Similar to Haas, the Racing Point team has not won even a single Constructors’ or Drivers’ Championship. Perez and Stroll look confident enough to grab more titles this season.

7) Red Bull

Full Name: Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
Previous Name: Jaguar Racing F1 Team
Race Drivers: Pierre Gasly, Max Verstappen
First Entry: 2005 Australian Grand Prix
Races Entered: 272
Driver’s Championship: 4
Constructor’s Championship: 4
Chassis: RB 15
Engine: Honda RA619H

Red Bull is one of the top teams in Formula One that will be featuring Pierre Gasly from Toro Rosso from Renault who will be joining up with the young Max Verstappen. The Red Bull team made a deal with Hondo to use their engines prior to the 2019 season.

The new one-off car design was launched on 13th February at the Silverstone, sticking to the same color scheme and is using the Honda RA619H engine. Red Bull has seen 59 victories so far and once featured the most popular F1 racer Sebastian Vettel who raced with Red Bull for 6 years until 2014.

8) Renault

Full Name: Renault F1 Team
Previous Name: Benetton Formula (1986-2001), Lotus F1 Team (2012-2015)
Race Drivers: Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg
First Entry: 1977 British Grand Prix
Races Entered: 371
Driver’s Championship: 2
Constructor’s Championship: 2
Chassis: R.S.19
Engine: Renault E-Tech 19

Renault is one of the most popular F1 teams that has won 35 races so far. Initially, in 1977 Renault served only as a constructor and was the first team to introduce a turbo engine to their F1 cars. Renault rejoined F1 racing in 2000 and saw immediate success in 2005 and 2006.

The driver who earned Renault the Constructor’s Championship twice was Fernando Alonso who also won back-to-back Driver’s Championship the same year. Besides Alonso, other notable drivers of Renault are Alain Prost, Jaques Villeneuve, Jenson Button, Giancarlo Fisichella and many more.

The 2019 Renault sporting car was launched at the Enstone base in the United Kingdom on 12th of February. The new sporting car resembles a bumblebee-like black and yellow color that weighs 743 kg including the driver, camera, and ballast. The 2019 Renault R.S19 has used advanced technologies that made its debut in the 2019 Australian GP.

Check out the Stunning 2019 Renault F1 Car.

9) Toro Rosso

Full Name: Red Bull-Toro Rosso Honda
Previous Name: Minardi F1 Team
Race Drivers: Alexander Albon, Daniil Kvyat
First Entry: 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
Races Entered: 253
Driver’s Championship: 0
Constructor’s Championship: 0
Chassis: STR14
Engine: Honda RA619H

The shades of silver, blue, and red was first introduced for the 2017 F1 season. They have been following the color code since then and it still stands. The first VF 19 images were revealed by Haas online, with its new golden livery, whereas Toro Rosso stood second to reveal their model.

Toro Rosso has focused more on the wings this season, designing a simple front wing and a higher rear wing and continues to be the Honda-powered car. So far, the team has not won even a single Drivers’ or Constructors’ Championship and ended as 9th in the 2018 F1 season.

10) Williams

Full Name: ROKiT Williams Racing
Race Drivers: George Russell, Robert Kubica
First Entry: 1977 Spanish Grand Prix (As a team)
Races Entered: 716 (As a team)
Driver’s Championship: 7
Constructor’s Championship: 9
Chassis: FW42
Engine: Mercedes M10 EQ Power+

The Formula One seasons during the 80s and 90s saw quite the rivalry between Ferrari, McLaren, and Williams. Up to now, the ROKiT Williams Racing team has won 114 races and 9 Constructor’s Championship. The new model for the 2019 F1 season was launched on February 11.

Gone are those dominating white color scheme, with a combination of white, blue, and black shades that definitely make them stand out of the rest. In 2019, ROKiT enters F1 as the title partner for the Williams team as they dropped their longtime Martini sponsorship.

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