What time will Aston Martin and McLaren present their F1 cars?

This Monday 13 February, McLaren and Aston Martin will unveil their new 2023 cars. The two teams will launch their season with live streamed online events.

The Formula One presentation schedule continues this week with no less than five cars and/or liveries for the 2023 season being unveiled – including two on Monday alone.


After Haas, Red Bull, Williams, Alfa Romeo and AlphaTauri, it is now the turn of the Aston Martin and McLaren teams to unveil their new colours for the 2023 season. Below are the times to remember for this Monday.

On Monday 13 February, McLaren will be the first to present its 2023 F1 car. The Woking-based team will broadcast the event live on its various communication channels from 5pm (GMT). You can follow the event live on our website using the player below, while the first images and reactions of the various protagonists will be available in the wake of the MCL60 presentation on TJ13.


Just after the presentation of the McLaren MCL60, it was the turn of the Aston Martin team to unveil its AMR23, which will be driven this season by two-time world champion Fernando Alonso and Canadian Lance Stroll.

The presentation of the Aston Martin will be broadcast live on the team’s various communication channels and you can once again follow the season launch live on our website on the player below. Live coverage begins at 7pm (GMT). Images from the AMR23 and reactions from the various players will also be available on our website following the presentation.


A small bonus on Monday 13 February as the Williams team – which already unveiled the livery of its FW45 a few days ago – will be running its 2023 car for the first time this year at Silverstone. Images of the Williams on track will be available later today.


Ferrari, Mercedes and Alpine to finish…

After McLaren and Aston Martin, Scuderia Ferrari will present its SF-23 to the world on Tuesday 14 February in an event broadcast live from its headquarters in Maranello, Italy. Once again, you can follow the show live on our website.

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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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