Red Bull set earliest “season launch” in New York

Will Red Bull Dominate The 2023 F1 Season
Will Red Bull Dominate The 2023 F1 Season

Defending world champions Red Bull will launch the RB19 on February 3rd in New York, the earliest launch date announced so far.

Red Bull’s reveal event is three days earlier than Williams, who are set to take the wraps off their car on February 6th.

Drivers’ world champion Max Verstappen and Mexican teammate Sergio Perez will be on hand to unveil the car they hope will prove just as successful as 2022’s RB18, which won 17 of 22 Grand Prix.

12 months ago, Red Bull unveiled a basic version of the RB18, ahead of a significantly different design being revealed at pre-season testing.

AlphaTauri, the Red Bull sister team, will also launch their new car, the AT04, in New York, but that will be on February 11th.

The Italian team slumped to ninth in the 2022 standings and lost star driver Pierre Gasly to Alpine, with Dutchman Nyck De Vries joining Japanese driver Yuki Tsunoda for 2023.

Eight teams have now announced their launch dates, with Alfa Romeo and Haas yet to do so.

Red Bull3rd February
Williams6th February
AlphaTauri11th February
McLaren13th February
Aston Martin13th February
Ferrari14th February
Mercedes15th February
Alpine16th February

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