F1 | 2020 Formula One Team Launch Schedule

Antony Snook

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Ha, yeah - maybe!

I figure with F1, you really can't expect much variation in the actual race or championship results, so you have to take variation where you can get it. If that comes in the form of goofy name changes...well, ok!

I mean, have you ever seen Mercedes F1's full name? Mercedes AMG Petronas F1. Can you think of a blander, more corporate name for F1's blandest, most corporate team?!? :D
The down side of chainging names is you loose stats and numbers. Most teams are evolutions of others. Toleman became Benetton. Jordan became Spiker and then Force India and now Racing Point. And i think Aston Martin for 2020.
 

paracletus

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'Tis the season to be... no wait, that's done. Ok, it's not the season to be jolly, but it is the time to start getting excited about the upcoming new Formula One car launches...

Yes, can you believe the new Formula One season is getting close to kicking off in Melbourne on March 15th? With pre-season testing even close still, it feels like it might be time to have a look at when each of the 10 Formula One teams will be taking the wraps off of their brand-new challengers...

F1 Car Release Schedule;

  • Ferrari - 11th February - Italy
  • Renault - 12th February - France
  • McLaren - 13th February - England
  • Alpha Tauri - 14th February - Austria
  • Mercedes - 14th February - England
  • Racing Point - 17th February - Austria
  • Alfa Romeo - 19th February - Barcelona Testing
  • Williams - 19th February - Barcelona Testing
  • Haas - 19th February - Barcelona Testing

Red Bull - TBC


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Quite obvious that the China GP will be cancelled, even possible that many more races may be cancelled.
Perhaps it is a good time to focus on 2021 completely new cars and give the series a break this year.
 

michelforest

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The down side of chainging names is you loose stats and numbers. Most teams are evolutions of others. Toleman became Benetton. Jordan became Spiker and then Force India and now Racing Point. And i think Aston Martin for 2020.
Even better: Mercedes was Brawn, Brawn was Honda, Honda was BAR and BAR was... Tyrrell! :D
 
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Or Aston Martin Force Need More Money From Stroll Racing Point? Nice and catchy.
That'd be "Aston Martin Stroll Killed WEC Hypercar", because AM-RBR collab for racing sure as hell isn't gonna happen now, and who the hell else entered...

Interesting, these knock-on effects. Makes the Daytona ACO-IMSA press conference look a lot more like desperate grasping at straws.