Mercedes, Ferrari... More 2018 F1 cars revealed

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Cape Town - Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull and more... here are the 2018 Formula 1 cars revealed so far.

The Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team has launched its new challenger, the C37, while Red Bull hopes to take on Mercedes and Ferrari for the 2018 title with their new RB14 beast.

Scuderia Ferrari unveiled their new Formula 1 car earlier this week, the SF71H, with drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen at their headquarters in Maranello, Italy.

Regarding the champions and following their 2018 vehicle reveal, team principal Toto Wolff criticised F1's controversial new halo head-protection device. 

Mercedes, Ferrari reveal

With fans keen to see how the Halo safety device will be integrated onto the cars, here's how Mercedes, Ferrari, Alfa, Haas and Red Bull managed to blend the halo device onto their vehicles: 

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