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Launch date for Red Bull 2023 car announced in NYC

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Red Bull to launch their 2023 season in New York as double title defence beckons

Red Bull launch: F1 world champions Red Bull have announced that they will hold a ‘season launch’ in New York early in February, as the team look to continue their recent run of success.

After winning the 2021 drivers’ championship with Max Verstappen, 2022 saw the Dutchman (15 wins from 22 races) and the outfit (17 wins) romp to both world titles, making the most of F1’s rules reset.

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Launch date for Williams 2023 car announced

Williams 2023 Launch

Williams confirms the date for their 2023 ‘season launch’ and livery reveal

Williams has shared plans for launch date – where they will show off their 2023 livery – as the team look to climb off the foot of the F1 standings this year.

Amid a challenging run of form, Williams has classified last in four of the last five seasons (P8 in 2021 being the exception), with the 2022 campaign yielding only eight points.

Looking to 2023, the Grove operation will stage a pre-season launch event on their official website at 14:00 GMT on February 6, in which Alex Albon and new teammate Logan Sargeant will be on hand to show off the team’s 2023 colours.

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Road car features excluded from F1 Technology

Technology not in F1 Cars

The regulations state that the driver must be in control of the car, so there is no ABS, launch control, or traction control included in F1 technology.

While these safety systems are used in regular road cars that are now banned from Formula 1. This rule requires drivers to be in complete control of the car and removes any technological aids that could give them an advantage. Bringing a level playing field to the sport, making it fairer and allowing drivers to showcase their skills.

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