F1 launch season is one of the busiest phases of the year as teams pull the covers off their new challengers and set out key targets for the campaign ahead.
Williams have opted for an online season launch on February 6, while AlphaTauri will show off their new livery for the first time in New York City on February 11. Aston Martin and McLaren have chosen February 13 for the presentation of their new cars, at their respective Silverstone and Woking factories.
Ferrari’s as-yet-unnamed machine will break cover the following day and eight-time constructors’ champions Mercedes will unveil their W14 on February 15, one day after Ferrari’s reveal. Alpine will pull the covers off their car on February 16 in London.
Defending world champions Red Bull meanwhile have confirmed their 2023 season launch will take place in New York on February 3.
Only Alfa Romeo & Haas have yet to confirm the launch of their new cars.
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