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2018 Formula One cars

All 10 2018 F1 cars have finally been revealed. The designs are an evolution of the 2017 cars, but all now wear a "halo" to protect drivers in the event of an accident. 
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Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+

Both Mercedes-AMG drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas return for 2018. Both the team and Hamilton will be defending their titles. 
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Scuderia Ferrari SF71H

Like Mercedes, Ferrari retains both of its drivers for 2018. Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen are past world champions, Räikkönen with Ferrari in 2007.
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Red Bull RB14

Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen stay on with Red Bull Racing. Despite the Aston Martin and TAG Heuer badges, Red Bull will still use Renault power units.
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Force India VJM11

The pink livery returns, though we're waiting to see if the Force India name lasts until Australia. Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon retain their seats.
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Williams FW41

The Martini livery continues, though with a heavy dose of black paint. After 15 seasons in F1, Felipe Massa was replaced by Sergey Sirotkin. Lance Stroll pilots the other Williams. 
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Renault R.S.18

Renault retains Nico Hülkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jr. for 2018. The latter driver left Toro Rosso and slotted in for Jolyon Palmer after some backroom deals.
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Toro Rosso STR13

The Honda-powered Toro Rosso team enters the year with two young drivers, Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley. Both joined the team late last season.
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Haas F1 VF-18

America's F1 team returns with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen. The car is still powered by Ferrari.
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McLaren MCL33

McLaren is hoping a new Renault power unit will help drivers Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne get back to winning ways. The team has languished at the back after several seasons of underpowered and unreliable Honda power.
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Alfa Romeo Sauber C37

The Alfa Romeo name returns to F1, gracing the side of one of the best looking cars on the field. Sauber's hopes rest with Marcus Ericsson and rookie Charles Leclerc.
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Formula One

Along with a suite of new cars, Formula One itself gets a new logo. 
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