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The 2023 Formula One season is finally about to start after a long winter break. All teams will reveal the new vehicles in the upcoming weeks. Find out the presentation date for each new vehicle.

Due to the World Cup, the 2022 Formula 1 season was forced to conclude early, leaving fans without their favorite sport since December. Thankfully, everything will restart in February with the car debuts, Bahrain’s winter test, and the first Bahrain Grand Prix, which is already set for early March.


For the third consecutive season, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will be teammates at Ferrari, but the Scuderia has appointed Frederic Vasseur as Team Principal. The former Alfa Romeo boss & ex- Sauber Motorsport CEO replaces Mattia Binotto, who resigned from his position after spending almost 30 years at the team. Ferrari’s new Team Principal Vasseur said he was “delighted and honoured” to take on the job.” As someone who has always held a lifelong passion for motorsport, Ferrari has always represented the very pinnacle of the racing world to me,” he said. The new team boss faces the challenge of returning Scuderia Ferrari to its former glory, The Scuderia last won the constructors’ championship in 2008 and has since finished runners-up six times.


Mercedes will unveil its 2023 F1 car, known as the F1 W14 E Performance, on Wednesday, February 15, in a live broadcast from Silverstone, similar to previous F1 launches.

Mercedes won seven drivers’ and eight constructors’ championships between 2014 and 2021, having initially mastered the turbo-hybrid regulations, but major changes to the technical rules for 2022 caused them to struggle with a troubled W13 package. The German manufacturer hopes to rebound from a disappointing 2022 F1 season in which it finished third in the world constructors’ championship behind Red Bull and Ferrari after struggling to overcome the bouncing issues that plagued its car ride and performance in the early rounds.

Mercedes made a strong comeback at the end of the season, highlighted by George Russell winning both the sprint race and the grand Prix in Brazil. It took the team most of the season to figure out the car and come to terms with rivals Red Bull and Ferrari, allowing George Russell to lead home Lewis Hamilton in a historic one-two at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix

“Forged from the challenges of the testing 2022 campaign with the W13, which forced the team to confront and overcome numerous challenges, the W14 builds on the lessons learned last year,” the team said in a statement.

“The progress enabled by the efforts and determination of everyone at Brackley and Brixworth helped achieve stronger results from mid-season onwards, culminating in a 1-2 finish at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.”


Defending world champions Red Bull has confirmed their 2023 ‘season launch’ will take place in New York on February 3. Red Bull was one of the last teams to announce their launch, but it appears that they will be the first to deliver.

The earliest of the 10 teams, Haas revealed their livery car today January 31.

AlphaTauri will debut their new livery for the first time in New York City on February 11.

Williams will begin their 2023 season online on February 6 before Alfa Romeo on February 7 in Zurich

And then on February 13 has been selected by Aston Martin and McLaren. Aston Martin’s presentation is only in the evening, so McLaren will be the first of the two.

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