Guide to the 2018 Formula One cars

Jack Healy
NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 19:  Daniel Ricciardo of Australia driving the (3) Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer during the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB14 Special Edition filming day at Silverstone Circuit on February 19, 2018 in Northampton, England.  (Photo by Patrik Lundin/Getty Images)
NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 19: Daniel Ricciardo of Australia driving the (3) Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer during the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB14 Special Edition filming day at Silverstone Circuit on February 19, 2018 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Patrik Lundin/Getty Images)

The Formula One season gets underway in just under a month, with the Australian Grand Prix weekend starting on March 22 – which means it's that time of the year when the teams unveil their challengers.

Following on from last year's big regulation changes, the main difference to every chassis is the addition of the Halo head protection system – which has arguably made all the cars look less attractive.