A German website has managed to get a glimpse of the car in which Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg will be challenging for the title in 2011.
Have a look here: www.bild.de but note that the article is in German.
Bruno Senna, Hispania's longest serving driver, has been announced as Lotus Renault GP's third driver for the 2011 season.
Although this position will be shared with Romain Grosjean, Renault's current driver, it does mean that we are likely to see another Senna driving a black and gold Lotus Renault sometime soon.
For more, see www.lotusrenaultgp.com
Renault, Lotus and Sauber have all launched their 2011 machines today.
The black and gold renault is very striking, but looks sufficiently different from the JPS cars of past, so as to avoid any potential law suits.
The new Lotus car features the same colour scheme as last year, but the shape of the car is much more fluid in comparison to the slightly square previous incarnation.
The Sauber C30 doesn't look too dissimilar to the 2010 model, but is perhaps slightly bulkier and more aggressive looking.
Former F1 drivers, Martin Brundle and Mark Blundell finished in a very respectable fourth place in the Rolex 24 hour event at Daytona this weekend.
Also taking part were Dario Franchitti and Juan Pablo Montoya.
For an indepth analysis of the race, visit www.speedtv.com
Peter Sauber's team, who will have a Mexican driver for the 2011 season in the form of Segio Perez, have announced a new advertising partnership.
The team will be sponsored next season by tequila giants Jose Cuervo.
It is expected that the Sauber garage will be the place to be after the race if the team have had a successful weekend!
For more on this story, see www.sauber-motorsport.com