F1 2019 car launches: When will Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull unveil new livery?

F1 2019 car launches: When will Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull unveil new livery?

The 2019 Formula One season gets underway in Australia in little over a month’s time and anticipation is building on what to expect this year.Both

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The 2019 Formula One season gets underway in Australia in little over a month’s time and anticipation is building on what to expect this year.

Both Red Bull and Ferrari have brand new drivers taking the place of Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen respectively.

Charles Leclerc will team up alongside Sebastian Vettel while 23-year-old Pierre Gasly earned a promotion to Red Bull to race alongside Max Verstappen.

Mercedes have remained the same, sticking with Valtteri Bottas alongside defending champion Lewis Hamilton.

Hamilton won seven of the last 10 Grands Prix in a display of pure dominance over this rivals.

But there is plenty of optimism around the paddock that Mercedes will be in for a much tougher challenge this year with both Red Bull and Ferrari providing fresh competition.

And F1 fans will get one step closer to seeing how the 2019 grid will look when all the new liveries will be unveiled.

Haas were the first to reveal their new car, sporting a striking black and gold colour scheme.

Toro Rosso were next on Monday morning, unveiling it’s STR14 online and they were quickly followed by Williams, who announced a new deal with British-based telecommunications company ROKiT.

The rest of the paddock are set to reveal their new-look cars over the next seven days ahead of pre-season testing in Barcelona, which begins on February 18.

F1 2019 car launches

Haas – February 7 (online)

Toro Rosso – February 11 (online)

Williams – February 11 (online)

Renault – February 12 (Enstone, UK)

Mercedes – February 13 (Silverstone, UK)

Red Bull – February 13 (TBC)

Racing Point (Formerly Force India) – February 13 (Toronto, Canada)

McLaren – February 14 (McLaren Technology Centre)

Ferrari – February 15 (Maranello, Italy)

Alfa Romeo (Formerly Sauber) – February 18 (Barcelona, Spain)

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