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Guest contributor Rob Watts mulls over the first race of the 2016 season and what to look out for.
Smiling as ever, the Australian gave his thoughts on Red Bull's place in the pecking order, and his views on the "halo" safety device.
Sarah Merritt managed to get a few words from both Esteban Gutierrez and Guenther Steiner - Haas' driver and team principle respectively - after testing had finished in Barcelona.
After 119 laps in the new FW38, the Brazilian was happy with what he had achieved, as well as discussing the impending qualification change and the tested "halo" device for 2017.
Despite brake-by-wire issues throughout the day, the Frenchman was still optimistic about Haas' chances this season.
The Force India driver spoke on where he sees the team in the pecking order, and gives his opinions on the new "halo" safety device, after the third day of the second test.
Jenson Button was positive, if realistic, after the second day of the second test at Barcelona, Sarah Merritt reports.
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It's fair to say that BO77AS is pretty optimistic after his final day of testing.
We're in the midst of pre-season testing, so here's a gallery of the new cars on track
And so the grid for Formula 1 2016 is all set. Here's the complete gallery of the new fastest cars on the planet.
The Force is stronger with this one.
Haas F1 Team are here! A first look at the new livery and the team's aims for 2016.
It's here, and it looks mean.
Ferrari reveal their 2016 car. If it goes as fast as it looks, we're in for a treat...
Finally, a actual 2016 Formula 1 car has been launched...
Charlie Eustice presents Badger GP's look at the new Red Bull livery, as well as poring over their machines of the past.