Honda on Tuesday revealed a new formula one livery for the 2008 season, with the satellite image of the world now taking a back seat to a predominantly white, red and green design. The car's launch took place at Honda's Brackley (UK) base, where test driver Alex Wurz drove the RA108 - which still features no private sponsor logos but instead the words 'earth' and 'earthdreams' - indoors before 300 international media and guests.

"Our target for 2008 is to get back to the position occupied during the second half of the 2006 season when Honda fought for points at every race," said team principal Ross Brawn.

"Only then will we have a stable base from which to target more ambitious results," he added. (GMM)