With around a month to go until F1 2022's launch season gets underway, some of the teams have decided to tease sneak peeks of what might be expected when the real cars are revealed to the world.
Formula 1 heads into the unknown in 2022, with huge changes in the technical regulations creating a whole new look and a whole new way of racing as the cars should be able to follow each other far more closely.
The first official 2022 car is yet to break cover, while none of the teams are yet to come forward with a definitive launch date. Ferrari are the only team to have tentatively stated when their new car might break cover.
But the teams are enjoying this period of hype, and are slowly teasing behind-the-scenes images of their works in progress...
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