On the heels of Lotus’ unveiling of its new Formula 1 car this week, chief competition for the Grands Prix championship McLaren and Ferrari have followed suit with their own vehicular contenders.

The 2013 Formula 1 season kicks off in March with the Australian Grand Prix, and as we noted, with new engine specs slated to take effect in 2014, this year’s cars are not drastic departures from last season’s machines.


The final V8s are still a sight to behold, however, so feast your eyes on the McLaren MP4-28 and the Ferrari F138 and make sure your bookie’s on speed dial…