"Vettel and Ferrari are looking to bounce back from a disappointing season previous year and the German said they are hoping to 'turn the page".
"Always to start you're a bit nervous, you don't know exactly where you are, you don't know what's going to happen".
Williams has endured an extremely tough pre-season after an equally hard 2018 campaign that saw previous drivers Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin score only seven points between them, but the Grove-based outfit are fielding an all-new line-up in Kubica and 2018 FIA Formula 2 champion George Russell.
"We never sit still so we've got to evolve our track", Westacott said.
The new season boasts a host of driver changes throughout the grid and only two of the ten teams have relied upon last seasons drivers to deliver the goods. "They're the real, true fighters within the team, and I know they're going to be giving absolutely everything to make sure that we continue to progress".
"To be completely honest, these 50-50 situations, when the time will come I will probably be let know in the vehicle", he said.
The four-times champion will bid for a third successive win at Albert Park's season-opener, having foiled pole-sitter Hamilton amid a virtual safety auto deployment previous year. "In qualifying I can try to go faster than him which won't be easy".
CHiQ TVs in play at last year’s Grand Prix event
"We're still quite unsure about how Red Bull will be", said Bottas. "It was said back at the factory and repeated [in a team meeting] today and that's how I like it. It is only when it's at a point when one driver doesn't have a shot to win the championship and I think that's great".
Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari have the edge going into the opening Grand Prix of the season in Melbourne, but the Mercedes ace remains quietly confident in his bid for a sixth world title. "We have work to do".
"We've got a contract that says that we're the first race and that runs until 2023". It's a long way.
"The Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix is an iconic event on the sporting calendar and we are pleased to showcase premium CHiQ televisions throughout the venue", added David Esler, General Manager - Sales & Marketing of Changhong Electric Australia.
Ferrari won the Australian GP in 2018 and they could be a bit quicker once again. The auto will be fresher here, everyone will have a much better understanding of it.
"We had some issues with the vehicle to fix".
"In this regard we are more prepared".