Formula 1 launch season is almost over with all 10 teams revealing their new looks for the coming year.
Although only nine cars have been launched - with Haas yet to reveal the VF-21 - all 10 liveries have now been unveiled. It is safe to say some certainly look better than others.
To rank the new liveries, the GPFans Global team of chief editor Ian Parkes, deputy editor Sam Hall and F1 writer Ewan Gale each gave their personal ranking from one to 10, using the F1 points system of 25 for first and one for 10th to create a definitive list.
Remember to let us know in the comments which designs are your favourites and if you agree with our combined rankings.
There was only one team where the ranking was unanimously agreed upon and that was Williams. The livery supposedly harks back to the 1992 championship-winning livery of Nigel Mansell but instead looks a bit of a mess.
More sponsors are incoming which may improve the overall look but, for now at least, the FW43B is rooted to the foot of the table.
The final livery to be launched and sadly, this failed to hit the mark. After the simply stunning design to commemorate the Scuderia's 1000th Grand Prix at Mugello last year, we had high hopes, but alas.
The throwbacks to that design with the 'hand-painted' numbers and the fade to burgundy at the rear probably sounded good in a pitch meeting but the reality was different.
Add in the bizarre choice of a green Mission Winnow logo and it is an amalgamation of ideas that failed to work for us.
Haas deny the layering of colours in the same order as the Russian flag is anything more than a coincidence, instead claiming it represents the recently revamped logo of title sponsor Uralkali that previously sported red and green.
Controversy aside, however, there have been far worse looks than this one.
Mercedes' second black livery is likely to be one that splits opinion, and this was illustrated by us, with two declaring it the seventh-best look, and one placing it fourth.
The Mercedes three-pointed stars last year were a busy but subtle touch to the rear of the car, but the decision to plaster AMG logos across the rear is a key factor as to why the team sits in the bottom half of this ranking.
Perhaps out on the track, rather than under studio lights this look may grow on us!
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