In just a few weeks, the F1 will roar again in its 2021 version through the tests to be carried out in Bahrain of 12 al 14 March. At that same circuit, just a few days later, the championship will formally begin.
As is customary, the teams will hold different events to present their new models, which will have small differences with respect to those used in 2020 due to the fact that the regulation was “frozen” as a result of the pandemic. However, they are allowed to improve their power units and aerodynamics within certain limits.
Most of the Máxima teams have already announced the reveal days. For now, McLaren marked the "pole position" as he unveiled his McLaren MCL35M-Mercedes el 15 February. He followed, four days later, Scuderia AlphaTauri, which exhibited at avant premier the AlphaTauri AT02-Honda.
El 22 of February, Alfa Romeo Racing did the same with him Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari, a vehicle conceived and put on the track by Clean. Meanwhile he 23 February it was the stellar moment of Red Bull and Red Bull RB16B-Honda.
Ferrari decided to do two events. The first will take place on 26 February with the team members and the other the March where he will present the SF21.
Mercedes-AMG Motorsport confirmed that the March will show the world the Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance, car that bears the term "E Performance" in accordance with the new name of the hybrid products of the German brand. That same day there will also be a presentation of Alpine F1, the new denomination of Renault.
Haas, with german Mick Schumacher among its pilots, it will launch on March 4; while Williams will display your Williams FW43B-Mercedes el 5 March.
PRESENTATIONS FORMULA 1 2021
|15 February||Mclaren racing||McLaren MCL35M-Mercedes|
|19 February||Scuderia AlphaTauri||AlphaTauri AT02-Honda|
|22 February||Alfa Romeo Racing||Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari|
|23 February||Red Bull Racing||Red Bull RB16B-Honda|
|March||Mercedes-AMG Motorsport||Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance|
|March||Alpine F1 Team||Alpine A521-Renault|
|March||Aston Martin F1 Team||Aston Martin AMR21-Mercedes|
|March||Haas F1 Team||Haas VF21-Ferrari|
|March||Williams Racing||Williams FW43B-Mercedes|
|March||Scuderia Ferrari||Ferrari SF21|