F1 Teams Announce Dates for Their Big 2023 Reveal

It is a hugely exciting time for Formula 1 fans. Teams are now announcing the dates for the official launch of their 2023 cars – along with new livery and, in many cases, new driver lineups. So far, champions Red Bull looks likely to be first out of the starting blocks. Their new livery will go on display for the first time on February 3rd in New York City.

Aston Martin’s AMR23 car will be revealed in a presentation at the team’s Silverstone headquarters on Monday, February 13th, the same day as McLaren. The Scuderia – AKA Ferrari – will unveil its new car (and new team principal) 24 hours later on Valentines’ Day. Although unconfirmed, the venue is likely to be the team’s headquarters in Maranello.

French team, Alpine, will pull the covers off their new car on February 16th in London. It is an unusual choice of venue given they now have two French drivers. But the Alpine chassis and managerial side of the outfit is based in Enstone, Oxfordshire. Essentially, only the Alpine engines hail from its French base in Viry-Châtillon, a suburb of Paris.

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Official Launch Dates 2023 Cars

  • February 3rd - Red Bull
  • February 6th - Williams
  • February 11th - AlphaTauri
  • February 13th - Aston Martin
  • February 13th - McLaren
  • February 14th - Ferrari
  • February 15th - Mercedes
  • February 16th - Alpine
  • TBC - Alfa Romeo
  • TBC - Haas

Haas Has a New Sponsor

Haas has given its fans a sneak peek of a new 2023 tweaked logo. It incorporates the American team’s new title sponsor – MoneyGram – insignia and its new official team name: MoneyGram Haas F1 Team.

Pre-Season Testing

Fans will see all new cars ahead of three days of pre-season testing that begin on February 23rd in Bahrain. However, details of two of the sport’s big teams have been leaked - it means some information about the 2023 Ferraris and Red Bulls is now public.

Ferrari to Gain by Losing Weight?

According to the Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the 2023 Ferrari will have aerodynamics, gearbox, and power unit changes to its predecessor. The UK’s Express says the Italian report “suggests the Scuderia’s biggest upgrade for 2023 will be increased speed with the team confident of unlocking an extra 30 horsepower.”

Another Italian publication – La Gazzetta Dello Sport – had previously revealed the new Ferrari is set to be three kilos lighter than its predecessor with most of that weight loss coming from a new chassis.

And the word is the 2023 Red Bull will also have a lighter chassis that shaves four kilos off its previous weight.

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Ferrari is set to be three kilos lighter than its predecessor


At 13/2 a £10 bet would return £75

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March 05, 2023

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