Aston Martin unveils its 2023 F1 car

Aston Martin on Monday became the seventh team on the grid to unveil its single-seater for the 2023 season. The AMR23 will be driven by Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll this year.

On Monday 13 February, the Aston Martin team unveiled its 2023 single-seater, which will be driven this year by two-time world champion Fernando Alonso and Canadian Lance Stroll.


The presentation of the AMR23 was broadcast live on the British manufacturer’s YouTube channel and the event took place at the team’s headquarters in Silverstone, UK. The unveiling of the Mercedes-powered AMR23, which will have the tough task of improving on last season’s disappointing AMR22, was very quick.

No surprise on the livery side as the team just copied and pasted the AMR22 livery (like all the other teams on the grid unfortunately). The AMR23 is therefore…green as expected and only the experts will be able to find differences with the 2022 livery.



On the technical side, however, the Aston Martin team is presenting us with a very aggressive single-seater, particularly in terms of the pontoons and engine bonnet. It remains to be seen whether it will be as fast as it looks on the track. The car will be on track this Wednesday, February 15, for a day of filming at Silverstone.

In 2022, the Aston Martin team finished seventh in the World Constructors’ Championship, level on points with Alfa Romeo, well short of the third place that boss Lawrence Stroll was aiming for at the start of last year’s season.

This year, Aston Martin will rely heavily on the experience of Spaniard Fernando Alonso, who has joined the team as a direct replacement for four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, who has opted to end his Formula One career.


Aston Martin AMR23 Gallery



Aston Martin aims to challenge teams at the front in 2023

The Aston Martin team is not planning to make a splash this year with its AMR23 car, which was unveiled at Silverstone on Monday. The British manufacturer’s team is aiming to score points at every race and challenge the front-running teams in 2023.

Aston Martin drivers Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll took to the stage on Monday to unveil the team’s new single-seater for the 2023 season alongside executive chairman Lawrence Stroll and team headmaster Mike Krack.




The AMR23 – which is a serious evolution of last year’s chassis – has been refined over the course of last season to become a car capable of scoring points in every race, according to team officials. As Aston Martin prepares to start its third season in F1 since returning in 2021, the main aim will therefore be to have a competitive car from the first race in 2023.

“The second half of 2022 has shown real signs of progress as we have worked hard on the development of the car,” said team boss Mike Krack at the AMR23 presentation.

“For this year, our goal had to be to build a car that is capable of realising its full performance potential from the first moment it hits the track.”

“Starting the year strong, and then maintaining that momentum, is necessary if we are to make further inroads towards the front of the grid. And, as an organisation, we are working hard to achieve this and to further strengthen all areas of the team.”



“We already know the proven strengths of our design, engineering and construction departments – the addition of Fernando [Alonso] as a partner to Lance [Stroll] further underlines the depth and range of our driver duo. It feels like all the elements of this organisation work really well together.”

“Finally, we would like to thank all our fans for their unwavering support, and we look forward to seeing you around the world this season.”

Aston Martin technical director Dan Fallows added that the AMR23 is a real departure from last season’s car as it has been improved in all critical areas.

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You will find all the presentation dates in the table below

Haas 31 Jan
Red Bull 3 Feb
Williams 6 Feb
Alfa Romeo 7 Feb
AlphaTauri 11 Feb
Aston Martin 13 Feb
McLaren 13 Feb
Ferrari 14 Feb
Mercedes 15 Feb
Alpine 16 Feb




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