Formula 1 officially launched its new era in an online presentation ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
The covers have been lifted off the 2022 car modelled on new aerodynamic regulations, leading to the drivers giving their initial reactions to a full-scale model it is hoped will improve racing and increase overtaking from next year into the future.
"2022 will be a serious challenge, getting used to a new car and a new era of car. If it enables us to follow and race like it is planning to then I think it will be amazing for the fans and the sport."
"I like the rear of it. The rear looks pretty old school and reminds me more of like 2008 - that style, which is cool. The front is very different but I think like all things, the more you stare at it the more it will start to look."
"I really like the car from the front wheels back, how aggressive it is, the aggressive looks and the rear wing, I think it looks different, more aggressive than the current ones and looks simpler which hopefully improves the racing. I think it is just cool."
"It is definitely going to change quite a bit, we have already had a go on the simulator and we can already tell it is going to be a different car to drive. It looks cool, it looks aggressive and nice. Hopefully, it improves racing, that is the most important, let's see how it goes."
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