Ten of eleven teams challenging for the 2014 Formula One championship were in Spain to show off the fresh-looking cars they’ll be riding for the new season.
The new F1 season will start on March 16, 2014 with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Formula One World Championship - 2014 Calendar
March 16 - Australia GP (Melbourne) March 30 - Malaysia GP (Sepang) April 6 - Bahrain GP (Sakhir) April 20 - China GP (Shanghai) May 11 - Spain GP (Barcelona) May 25 - Monaco GP (Monaco) June 8 - Canada GP (Montreal) June 22 - Austria GP (Red Bull Ring) July 6 - Britain GP (Silverstone) July 20 - Germany GP (Hockenheim) July 27 - Hungary GP (Hungaroring) August 24 - Belgium GP (Spa-Francorchamps) September 7 - Italy GP (Monza) September 21 - Singapore GP (Marina Bay) October 5- Japan GP (Suzuka) October 12 – Russia (Sochi) November 2 – USA (Circuit of the Americas) November 9 – Brazil (Interlagos) November 23 - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)
The changes from the 2013 to 2014 season in the car specifications are substantial as demanded by new regulations from Formula One. View the slideshow now.