With local drivers taking part in the last three races several regional sponsors were persuaded to add or increase their backing for teams in Mexico, America and Russia.
With a few exceptions, most of the teams had completely unchanged liveries for this Asian leg of the championship.
A few new brands appeared on the cars during the previous three grands prix – and one name featured on almost all of them at the last race.
Lotus brought blockbuster films and A-list celebrities – and Manor finally sport a few logos too. Here’s a look at what’s changed in the last three races.
What would Enzo Ferrari say? One of Ferrari’s sponsors accidentally placed a rude cartoon on the flanks of the SF-15T during the Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
Manor’s cars were conspicuously short of sponsors when the appeared for the first time in Malaysia, but some of their rivals have attracted new names.
Mercedes, Ferrari, Williams and Force India have all lured sponsors away from their rivals in time for the new season. Find out who’s gone where.
Caterham’s crowdfund helped them return to the track in Abu Dhabi. Dozens of new names, including that of a local pub, were plastered over their cars.
Lotus had a new sponsor, McLaren had a new splash of colour, but the “official whisky of Formula One” could be a target for the European Union.
Red Bull attracted a new Russian sponsor while other teams had to remove or change their logos to comply with alcohol advertising restrictions in Sochi.
Several sponsors occupied more prominent positions on the cars in Singapore and a new logo on the Caterham prompted questions over the team’s ownership.
As well as three new sponsors, two teams were paying special tributes on their cars at the Italian Grand Prix. Bostjan Budna casts an eye over the livery changes at Monza.