This is the F1 release season, and it has already been delivered-excellent design by the new and old teams; Ferrari will be 10th and the last team to show their cars on March 10th; the pre-season test will be starting on 12th March, and will live broadcast on Sky Sports F1.
So far, AlphaTauri, McLaren, Mercedes, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Alps, Red Bull, and Williams have all launched new cars, and Ferrari has set a date for the F1 car unveiling in 2021. On the other hand, Haas only showed the 2021 camouflage on the old 2020 VF-20.
This season Lewis Hamilton will win an unprecedented eighth Formula One championship for this car.
Mercedes chased its eighth championship and kept the black base for the second year, which underscores the team's commitment to addressing global racism and discrimination. The close collaboration between the team and AMG is also reflected in the new W12. The back of the car has a more prominent AMG brand, and a red star is also left near the cockpit to commemorate Niki Lauda.
Over the years, Red Bull has rarely changed their colors, and this is the case with the aptly named RB16B, which has the usual design. However, the car is full of appeal-although Max Verstappen and newly signed Sergio Perez drove the car at Silverstone, the team still seems to be keeping it secret, and only two digital renders were released last week.
|3rd March||Aston Martin||AMR21||Gaydon, UK|
|10th March||Ferrari||Ferrari SF21||Maranello, Italy|
|22nd February||Alfa Romeo||Alfa Romeo C41||Warsaw, Poland|
|19 February||AlphaTauri||AT02||Salzburg, Austria|
Haas 2021 livery
|2nd March||McLaren||Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance||Brackley, UK|
|23 February||Red Bull||Red Bull RB16B||Milton Keynes, UK|
|5th March||Williams||Williams FW43B||Grove, UK|