Presentations of F1 for 2023: Important Dates to remember

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The ball is opened by Red Bull

Formula 1 supporters return to the World Championship with the endless ball of presentations like they do at the start of every year.

Before taking them out on the track for pre-season testing, the teams alternately reveal their new models for a period of two weeks.

Red bull will be the first to present their 2023 cars in New York on the 3rd of February.

Williams will be the second team on Monday 6 February with the presentation of its 2023 livery. On the 11th, AlphaTauri will also unveil its new livery as well as new driver Nyck de Vries, winner of the 2019 FIA F2 and 2021 Formula E World Champion.

The following day, Monday, February 13, McLaren will lift the veil on its MCL37 while Aston Martin will present its AMR23, with Fernando Alonso taking over from Sebastian Vettel at the end of 2022. One day latter, the 14th, Ferrari will unveil its F1 car, probably in Maranello or at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola.

On Wednesday, February 15, Mercedes will present its W14 at Silverstone and on Thursday, February 16, it will be Alpine’s turn to unveil its F1 in London, with drivers Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon.

The other upcoming presentations

two teams have yet to announce their presentation dates, including defending champion Red Bull. So we’ll have to be patient again.

Fans can already look forward to an exciting and surprise-filled start to the 2023 season, with presentations expected to continue until mid-February.

The arrival of new drivers and new cars heralds a promising season to watch closely.

The dates of presentation for all F1 2023 teams

Austria Red Bull3 februaryUnited States New York
United Kingdom Williams (Livery)6 february, 15hTo confirm
Italy AlphaTauri (Livery)11 februaryUnited States New York
United Kingdom McLaren13 februaryTo confirm
United Kingdom Aston Martin13 february, 20hUnited Kingdom Silverstone
Italy Ferrari14 februaryTo confirm
Germany Mercedes15 februaryUnited Kingdom Silverstone
France Alpine16 februaryUnited Kingdom London
SwitzerlandItaly Alfa RomeoTo confirmTo confirm
United States HaasTo confirmTo confirm
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