Formula 1 in 2023: When will each team launch their car for new season?
Alpine the last team to reveal their 2023 car - watch at 8pm on Thursday on Sky Sports F1; Pre-season testing starts on February 23 and the first race of the season, the Bahrain GP, is on March 5
Last Updated: 15/02/23 12:01pm
Formula 1 launch season has officially begun and here are the cars launched so far, and the upcoming reveals.
Check out the full confirmed launch schedule so far below...
Haas kickstarted the sport's launch season with an updated red, white and largely black livery.
Red Bull have unveiled their title-defending car for Formula 1 2023 and announced a major new engine partnership with Ford from 2026.
Williams revealed their new livery for the 2023 Formula 1 season after agreeing a mega new partnership with Gulf Oil.
Alfa Romeo have revealed their new-look C43 car for the new Formula 1 season as the team looks to build on an impressive 2022, describing the car as 'lean and mean' in a launch held jointly in Zurich and Sauber's nearby headquarters in Hinwil.
AlphaTauri revealed their 2023 livery with a glitzy launch in New York City, coinciding with the Fashion Week in the Big Apple and the launch of the brand's autumn/winter 2023 line.
The look of the AT04 was largely similar to its predecessor, with the main difference being the addition of red, marking a new partnership with sponsor PKN Orlen.
McLaren celebrated the past and set their sights on a bright future as the team kicked of their 60th anniversary season with the launch of their 2023 Formula 1 challenger.
The MCL60 was revealed at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking on Monday with a livery largely similar to its predecessor, with the most notable changes being an anniversary season tribute and more black areas, the latter continuing a theme among several teams looking to reduce weight by removing paint.
Aston Martin revealed the car they believe will vault them up the standings in 2023 on Monday, with bullish new signing Fernando Alonso adamant his latest Formula 1 team is "special" and destined for future titles.
Bringing an end to a mega Monday after McLaren's launch, Aston Martin used their all-new Silverstone base to unveil the AMR23, donned in the classic racing green that the luxury British manufacturer is famous for.
Ferrari revealed their new red and black car on Valentine's Day.
The car, which Charles Leclerc says can win the championship, has been "completely redesigned" from 2022.
Mercedes revealed their new all-black car at Silverstone on Wednesday.
Mercedes have modified the W14 after their struggles in the first year of F1's huge rule changes, though the sidepod design remains. The black livery returns after a year away for performance.
Alpine: Thursday February 16
Alpine will reveal their car on February 16 at a launch event in London.
The Renault-owned team are looking to build on beating McLaren to fourth in the constructors' standings last year and welcome Pierre Gasly to the team to partner Esteban Ocon, replacing Fernando Alonso.
F1 2023: When are the new cars being revealed?
|January 31||Haas (livery launch)||Online|
|February 3||Red Bull||New York|
|February 6||Williams (livery launch)||Online|
|February 7||Alfa Romeo||Zurich|
|February 11||AlphaTauri (livery launch)||New York|
|February 13||Aston Martin||Silverstone|
What changes are there on the cars and when's Testing?
While there is no rules overhaul for next year like there was for 2022, there are subtle changes to the rules and cars that teams can take advantage of.
The most notable is a higher ride height, which is primarily to help with porpoising but could also see teams find performance.
There is one pre-season test this year, in Bahrain, on February 23-25.
The 2023 season starts in earnest the week after pre-season testing at the same Sakhir circuit, on March 3-5.