Launch season plans are all-but pencilled in with details emerging from the presentations of Alfa Romeo, Williams and Haas.
Alfa Romeo has officially confirmed that they will take the covers off their C39 car on the morning of the first pre-season test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona on Wednesday, February 19.
According to their official website, ‘the presentation will feature the team’s race drivers, Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi, reserve driver, Robert Kubica, as well as team principal, Frederic Vasseur, and members of the team’s technical staff’.
Racefans.net are also reporting that Haas has also chosen to launch on the first testing morning, but the American outfit are expected to release some renders online in early February prior to their launch.
They also understand that Williams intend to reveal their livery for the new season on the 2019 model before then releasing images of their new chassis.
That leaves just Red Bull and information on their 2020 launch to filter through. The rumour mill says they will launch on February 12, one day after Ferrari and the same day as Renault.
11th Feb: Ferrari
12th Feb: Renault
13th Feb: McLaren
14th Feb: Mercedes, AlphaTauri
17th Feb: Racing Point, Williams (TBC)
19th Feb: Alfa Romeo, Haas (TBC)