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F1 2019 car launch week: dates, times, how to watch and follow

Teams head to Barcelona for pre-season testing

All ten Formula 1 teams have unveiled their cars for the 2019 season and now they will travel to Barcelona for pre-season testing.

Alfa Romeo Racing gave fans a sneak peek of their 2019 challenger and will officially unveil their new car on the opening morning of the first pre-season test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.

The first test in Spain takes place from 18-21 February and all teams will be on track with their new machines.

F1’s second pre-season testing event will also be held in Barcelona from 26 February to 1 March. Australia hosts the opening grand prix of the 2019 F1 season on Sunday 17 March.

Formula 1 2019 car launch dates and times
Pre-season testing dates
  • 18-21 February: test one at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya 
  • 26 February-1 March: test two at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya 
  • Pre-season testing on TV: live on Sky Sports F1

F1 2019 team car launch guide

Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda

ROKiT Williams Racing

Renault F1 Team

Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport

Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team

McLaren F1 Team

Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow

Rich Energy Haas F1 Team

  • Car name: VF-19 (physical unveiling) 
  • When: Monday 18 February 
  • Where: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona (first day of pre-season testing) 
  • Expected start time: 7am (GMT) 
  • How to watch and follow the Haas 2019 car launch: Team websiteTwitterFacebookYouTubeInstagram

Alfa Romeo Racing (official launch)

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