Pierre Gasly fills Daniel Ricciardo's boots - hopefully not ones that have had champagne in them!
Photo 1 / 15
There's a new Spaniard in at McLaren, with Carlos Sainz Jr taking over from Fernando Alonso.
Photo 2 / 15
Charles Leclerc gets used to life in red.
Photo 3 / 15
No helmet design for Daniil Kvyat as he returns for a third stint with Toro Rosso.
Photo 4 / 15
55 replaces 14 as Sainz settles in at his new team.
Photo 5 / 15
Charles Leclerc's number 16 is now a permanent fixture on the Ferrari.
Photo 6 / 15
Lance Stroll's number 18 appears on a Force India for the first time.
Photo 7 / 15
New Williams signing George Russell will be hoping any Ferraris in his mirrors next year are not coming up to lap him.
Photo 8 / 15
New Toro Rosso signing Alexander Albon is already in Abu Dhabi and sporting his colours.
Photo 9 / 15
Kimi Raikkonen's number 7 - and a helmet design featuring much less red than in recent years - is already in action at Sauber.
Photo 10 / 15
He's not announced yet, but Lance Stroll has switched Williams gear for Force India kit as expected.
Photo 11 / 15
Not exactly a new face in a new place, but Lando Norris begins life as a race driver for McLaren.
Photo 12 / 15
Pierre Gasly is used to being decked out in Red Bull colours, but now it's for the main team rather than Toro Rosso.
Photo 13 / 15
George Russell is straight down to work for Williams, sporting his number 63.
Photo 14 / 15
Lance Stroll is in action at Force India, wearing a blank crash helmet design.
Photo 15 / 15