Boast having newly-crowned World Champion Max Verstappen in their ranks, and an absolute technical genius in Adrian Newey. New regulations represent another chance to take the fight to Mercedes.
The marquee team of the sport with history and glamour galore. Bounced back from their worst result in 40 years after an awful 2020 campaign and are looking to make themselves title contenders again in the years to come.
Utterly dominant since 2014, winning eight Constructors' and seven Drivers' Championships. Will be hell-bent on revenge after the perceived injustice they felt following the title showdown in Abu Dhabi.
Previously known as Renault, the team relaunched as Alpine for 2021 and beyond with two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso continuing to lead the renaissance. Race winners in 2021 and looking for more.
Once-mighty team with a glorious history. Continued down the long road to recovery with their best finish in the Constructors' Championship since 2012 with a P3 finish in 2020. A respectable P4 in 2021.
A rebrand of the former Sauber team which has two new drivers in their ranks for 2022: ex-Mercedes 'wingman' Valtteri Bottas and the first full-time Chinese F1 driver in Guanyu Zhou.
The Aston Martin name officially returned to Formula 1 in 2021 after the team formerly known as Racing Point completed their long-awaited rebrand. Plenty of staff and structural changes happening to try and prevent a repeat of a rather dismal first season back.
Unsurprisingly ended the 2021 campaign with the proverbial wooden spoon after choosing not to develop their 2021 car at all in favour of fully focusing on the new 2022 regulations. Let's see if it pays off...
The team formerly known as Toro Rosso are heading into their third season under their AlphaTauri guise and will be hoping for magic moments in 2022 with Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda.
A team with a hugely successful past but a hugely troubled recent history. With the Williams family selling the team in 2020, new owners Dorilton Capital and their resources are giving the team a better chance of a slow but steady climb up the Formula 1 ladder again.