F1: McLaren Announces Launch Date Of 2023 Challenger

McLaren's 2023 Formula 1 car will be unveiled on February 13, 2023.

By Mihir Barve


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Published on January 7, 2023

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    McLaren has become the fifth team to have announced the launch date of its upcoming Formula 1 challenger, and McLaren will unveil the MCL37 - as it is expected to be called - on February 13, 2022. The launch overlaps that of Aston Martin F1, making it a busy day for the British teams. The Woking based outfit has become the fifth team to have announced its unveil date, with the others being AlphaTauri (February 11), Ferrari (February 14), and Alpine (February 16).


    The McLaren MCL37 will be piloted by Lando Norris - who is in his fifth year with McLaren - and rookie driver Oscar Piastri (2021 Formula 2 Champion). McLaren signed Piastri after a long contract saga with Alpine, to replace 8-time Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo, who the team ended its contract with prematurely.

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    Oscar Piastri

    Oscar Piastri will replace Daniel Ricciardo to partner Norris at McLaren.

    McLaren is also seeing a personnel change at the top of the food chain, as Team Principal Andreas Seidl has departed to the Sauber group (Alfa Romeo F1). Seidl will be replaced by Andrea Stella, who was the team's Racing Director. The Sauber team - which is currently operating under the name of Alfa Romeo F1 - will be rebranded to Audi come 2026.


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