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Last Updated: 19/02/16

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2016 F1 Cars Launch: Date and Schedule

2016 F1 Cars Launch: Date and Schedule

American based Haas F1 Team is planning to reveal its 2016 F1 car on February 21 ahead of the start of second pre-season testing in Barcelona one day later.

Haas, the first US owned team in the sport since 1986, will be using a car built in Italy by chassis maker Dallara with Ferrari engines and technical support.

Ferrari is planning an online launch for its 2016 car, just days before the start of winter testing in Barcelona.

Red Bull Racing set 2016 F1 livery launch in London on February 17.

2016 F1 entrant Haas F1 team confirms make their on-track debut in the opening week at Barcelona for pre-season test.

Renault all set for 2016 launch, they become the first team to launch 2016 F1 car. The launch scheduled Wednesday 3rd Feb. 1.15pm (CET)

2016 F1 Launches

DateTeamPlace
3 FebRenaultOnline (1.15pm (CET))
17 FebRed Bull livery launchLondon (5pm GMT)
19 Feb FerrariOnline (1pm GMT)
21 Feb McLarenOnline
22 FebForce IndiaBarcelona (8:30 a.m. CET)
22 FebRed BullBarcelona
22 FebHaas F1Barcelona (7:50 a.m. CET)
22 FebWilliams Barcelona
22 FebManor RacingBarcelona(TBC)
01 Mar SauberBarcelona

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