Red Bull have announced their car for the 2023 Formula 1 season, the RB19, will be unveiled to the world in New York on February 3rd.
Mercedes’ F1 W14 car, which it will race in the 2023 Formula 1 season, is to be launched on Wednesday 15th February.
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Williams have announced the earliest date yet for a 2023 launch event, though it remains to be seen when their new car will be presented.
Trident have completed their 2023 Formula 2 line-up with the signing of Roman Stanek, a winner with the team in Formula 3.
Toyota, Ferrari, Porsche and Peugeot are among the 13 entries for the World Endurance Championship’s Hypercar class in 2023.
The FIA’s president has cited concern of “personal agendas” as a reason the International Sporting Code was revised to restrict “political statements”
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Michael Andretti has spoken about continued resistance against his bid to join F1 with Andretti Autosport since he revealed GM is in his entry plan
Ferrari have announced the six drivers who will represent them as the manufacturer returns to prototype sports car racing.
Argentinian racer Franco Colapinto starred in Formula 4 and is now following in the footsteps of countryman Carlos Reutemann by joining Williams.
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McLaren will launch their 2023 Formula 1 contender on February 13th, the same day Aston Martin are debuting their new car.
Williams may have scored points rarely in 2022, but the team did enjoy a notable off-track success.
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Alpine have become the fourth Formula 1 team to announce the launch plans for their 2023 car, with the A523 being unveiled on 16th February.
Visitors to this year’s Adelaide Motorsport Festival will not only be able to pay for a ride in a F1 car, but do so alongside their friends
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