The schedule of F1 car launch dates for 2020 is now complete, as the teams have announced when their new cars will be shown to the public.
The F1 teams have started announcing the dates on which they will show off their new-for-2020 cars, with the list below being filled in further as more dates are confirmed.
Alpha Tauri is the newly rebranded Toro Rosso team, although they will continue to race with the same driver pairing as the end of 2019. Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly will reveal the team’s new car on February 14th.
Like Alfa Romeo, Haas have also opted to launch their VF10 in the pitlane on the first day of testing. They’ll reveal their car just fifteen minutes before Alfa, with their launch set for 8am in Spain.
Below are the confirmed car launch date calendar for the teams.
2020 F1 Car Launch Dates
- Ferrari – February 11th
- Renault – February 12th
- Red Bull Racing – February 12th
- McLaren – February 13th
- Mercedes – February 14th
- Alpha Tauri – February 14th
- Williams – February 17th
- Racing Point – February 17th
- Haas – February 19th (8am)
- Alfa Romeo – February 19th (8.15am)
The schedule for the six days of pre-season testing is outlined below, with testing reduced to six days in total this year – a reduction from eight in recent years. Testing will run over two three-day tests at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya, and is also likely to play host to one or two of the car launches on the opening day.
2020 F1 Pre-Season Testing Dates
- 19th/20th/21st February – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
- 26th/27th/28th February – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya