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F1 2020 launches: When are the teams revealing their new cars?

Watch McLaren (Feb 13) launch live on Sky Sports F1

Ferrari launched their 2020 F1 challenger in dramatic style - and there's a bumper week of car reveals still to come.

The Scuderia took the covers off their SF1000 at the grand setting of the Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia, with F1's famous red shining bright on stage after an extravagant event which featured a DJ and an orchestra.

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Take a look at Ferrari’s 2020 F1 challenger as the SF1000 is unveiled at the Teatro Municipale Romolo Valli in the city of Reggio Emilia.

Haas started F1's launch season last week, showing off their car, the VF20, on social media - returning to the grey, white and red colour scheme of their early seasons in a restyled form.

Mercedes, meanwhile, have unveiled off their own tweaked livery for 2020.

The F1 car launches schedule - and how to watch on Sky F1

Anticipation for the new season has ramped up with the car launches, and you can watch McLaren unveil their contender live on Sky Sports F1.

McLaren's launch will take place on Thursday at 1.30pm at the team's Woking base, and will be live on the Sky Sports F1 channel, while a stream will also be available on our YouTube as well as our digital platforms.

Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris alongside the new McLaren MCL34

And they aren't the only team getting ready for a busy week.

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Renault, who have a new driver in Esteban Ocon this year to work alongside the impressive Daniel Ricciardo, will kick off an important season for them, on Wednesday, in Paris.

The French team are hoping to return to the top of the midfield again in 2020 after taking a step back last year, when they were comfortably beaten by McLaren - who they supply with engines.

Their launch is exactly a week before the start of pre-season testing in Barcelona.

Red Bull will also launch the new RB16 on the same day, with the prospective title challengers revealing the date with the hashtag #chargeon.

Valentine's Day on Friday is when world champions Mercedes will reveal their challenger, the W11. The car with which Lewis Hamilton will go for a record-equalling seventh championship will run for the first time in a private test at Silverstone.

Alpha Tauri, the team formerly known as Toro Rosso, will also launch their new car on February 14.

The car reveals will continue into the following week.

On February 17, Williams will reveal their new FW43 in an online launch at 8am before Racing Point unveil their latest challenger at an event in Austria later in the day,

And as is customary, some teams won't reveal their car until the morning of the first pre-season test. Alfa Romeo have confirmed they will show off their car for the first time on that Wednesday - February 19.

F1 launches and testing

February 6 Haas Online
February 11 Ferrari Reggio Emilia, Italy
February 12 Red Bull Online
February 12 Renault Paris, France
February 13 McLaren* MTC, Woking
February 14 Mercedes Silverstone, UK
February 14 Alpha Tauri Salzburg, Austria
February 17 Williams Online
February 17 Racing Point Mondsee, Austria
February 19 Alfa Romeo Barcelona, Spain
*streams live on Sky Sports F1
February 19-21 Test One Barcelona, Spain
February 26-28 Test Two Barcelona, Spain

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