The 2020 Formula One season is fast approaching, and that can only mean one thing - the car launches for every team are right around the corner.
With the Australian Grand Prix, the season opener, taking place on March 15, that means we are just over a month away from the first race of the season.
However, before we can get started with the racing, we must see the cars that will be taking to the tracks this year.
Ferrari, Mercedes, Red Bull and the rest are all working hard behind the scenes trying to get their car ready for the forthcoming season, and as we approach launch day, F1 fans across the globe are starting to get excited.
It was a dominating year for Mercedes in 2019, with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas finishing first and second respectively in the Drivers' Championship, which meant it was a stroll to the Constructors' Championship for Toto Wolff's side.
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Ferrari had a season to forget, and that's despite the positive emergence of Charles Leclerc. The Prancing Horse were let down by veteran Sebastian Vettel throughout.
As for Red Bull, their star man Max Verstappen provided great moments, but Pierre Gasly struggled, and was eventually replaced by Alexander Albon.
However, 2019 is the past now, and all eyes are now on the future and what the cars will look like in the 2020 season. Remember, this is the last season before major regulation changes come into play in the sport.
So when can you expect to see your favourite team release their 2020 car? Below are all the dates you need to know!
Ferrari: Tuesday, February 11
Renault: Wednesday, February 12
Red Bull: Wednesday, February 12
McLaren: Thursday, February 13
AlphaTauri (formerly known as Toro Rosso): Friday, February 14
Mercedes: Friday, February 14
Racing Point: Monday, February 17
Williams: Monday, February 17
Haas: Wednesday, February 19
Alfa Romeo: Wednesday, February 19
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