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The 2019 Haas supercar.

Haas become first Formula 1 team to unveil car for 2019 season

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Perhaps one of the most exciting aspects of a new Formula One season is the car launch, a new look at the sleek and mesmerising vehicles from each team is always enough to kickstart the F1 fever.

This is despite the actual season still not getting underway until mid-March - so at least it gives the fans something to get excited about.

Haas are the first team to showcase their spectacular new look, and they haven't disappointed for the 2019 campaign.

Now known as the Rich Energy Haas F1 team, the American-based team have opted for a change in vibrancy this year, straying away from their usual black, grey and red look, and have instead opted for a black, gold and white preset.

Fans of the sport have given their take on the team's new look and have likened the design to Lotus of previous years.

The Lotus comparisons may have been swift and justified, but nothing can deny the sheer beauty that Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will be sporting this calendar year, in just the team's fourth F1 season.

Many cars often draw contrasting opinions on car launches, but the overwhelming consensus for team Haas is positive, as they look to begin the 2019 season as well as their livery has.

Just take a good look for yourself at the beauty of the car.

Absolutely stunning.

Up next to debut their 2019 supercar will be Toro Rosso on Monday, followed by Renault on Tuesday, and then on Wednesday is the hugely anticipated reveal from the dominant force that is Mercedes, as they look to make it six titles on the bounce in 2019.

Racing Point and Red Bull will also showcase their new looks on the same day, followed by McLaren and Ferrari the proceeding days, before Alfa Romeo on the 18th and Williams (TBC) close out this year livery announcements.

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