Caterham uncovered the CT03 prior to the opening Formula One pre-season test at Jerez yesterday.
Marussia chose a low-key effort to reveal their 2013 Formula One entry yesterday.
Scuderia Toro Rosso took the covers off of their STR8 machine at Jerez on Monday.
Following a disastrous attempted digital launch over the weekend, Mercedes finally revealed their 2013 machine at Jerez yesterday.
Reigning world champions Red Bull Racing released their ninth challenger on Sunday.
Sauber became the fifth team to unveil their 2013 Formula One charger on Saturday, revealing a car they hope will take them into the top five.
A lone Paul di Resta lifted the covers off of the Force India VJM06 at Silverstone yesterday.
Ferrari became the third team to unveil their 2013 Formula One charger this morning.
McLaren became the second Formula One team to launch their 2013 car - the MP4-28 - this morning, quickly following in the footsteps of Lotus.
Lotus became the first Formula One team to unveil their 2013 charger this evening.
Mercedes Formula 1 team enjoyed a dual unveiling in Barcelona yesterday as they took the sheets off of the F1 W03 and their latest roadster, the SL63 AMG.
Williams’ drivers Bruno Senna and Pastor Maldonado revealed their challenger for the 2012 season, the FW34, in Jerez yesterday.
Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Eric Vergne pulled the covers off the STR7 today – Scuderia Toro Rosso’s runner for the upcoming F1 season.
Red Bull today launched the car they believe may give them a third consecutive Formula 1 world championship.
Sauber took the covers off of their 2012 Formula 1 racer at Jerez this morning.
The renamed Lotus F1 Team uncovered their 2012 challenger, the E20, in Enstone earlier today.
On Friday, Force India revealed their charger for the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship.
Following the cancellation of their official launch party in Maranello due to poor weather, Ferrari instead released their 2012 Formula 1 machine on their site this morning.
McLaren launched their 2012 Formula 1 World Championship charger at Woking this morning.
Hispania F111 Drivers: (22) Narain Karthikeyan, (23) Vitantonio Liuzzi; (Reserve) tbc. Team: (Principal) Colin Kolles, (Technical Director) Geoff Willis, (Chief Designer) Paul White. Engine: Cosworth CA2010 V8 (90°), limited to 18,000 RPM, naturally aspirated, mid-mounted. Transmission: Williams Seven-speed with reverse gear. Weight (with driver, et al): 640 kg