All that's new in Formula One for 2015
Formula One starts a new season in Australia on March 15 with a number of changes to the rules and regulations, as well as new faces in the paddock.other Updated: Mar 14, 2015 22:38 IST
Formula One starts a new season in Australia on March 15 with a number of changes to the rules and regulations, as well as new faces in the paddock.
Brimful of confidence after successful pre-season testing, Mercedes' bid to build a Formula One dynasty kicks off at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, with world champion Lewis Hamilton hungry for a third title.
Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg will look to extend their title rivalry and Mercedes' dominance into a second Formula One season as their rivals grapple with new driving line-ups.
Mercedes are expected to make a flying start to the year after Mercedes improved both their chassis and engine in pre-season testing.
Britain's Hamilton fought off Rosberg to claim his second world title at the 2014 finale in Abu Dhabi, after a season in which a rejuvenated Silver Arrows team reigned supreme.
It remains to be seen whether Mercedes will continue to dominate F1 in 2015 as well.
First Published: Mar 14, 2015 22:28 IST