Reigning constructors' champions Red Bull have unveiled their new RB8 car for the 2012 Formula One season. The RB8 is the UK-based Austrian team's eighth F1 car.
The 2012 season will see Red Bull going for a third consecutive constructors' title, having claimed the prize in 2010 and 2011.
Victorious Vettel —
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has reigned supreme over Formula One in recent years. The 24-year-old German has won the last two drivers' titles, making him the sport's youngest double world champion.
More to come from Mark? —
Vettel's veteran Australian teammate Mark Webber had a frustrating 2011 campaign. The 35-year-old won just one race -- the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix -- and finished the year 134 points behind Vettel in third place.
Landmark for Lotus —
Lotus displayed their first car since changing name from Renault on Sunday. The Britain-based team's new E20 will be driven by 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen and Frenchman Romain Grosjean.
Raikkonen returns —
Finland's Raikkonen is returning to F1 having spent the last two years enjoying spells in both NASCAR and the World Rally Championship. The 32-year-old won the drivers' title with Ferrari in 2007.
Saubers' showcase —
Swiss team Sauber revealed the new C31 on Monday, with Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi and Mexico's Sergio Perez putting the car through its paces.