Williams to reveal 2023 livery on February 6
Virtual launch event for Williams 2023 on February 6 provides a prime opportunity for the team to display their new livery and sponsors.
Williams has set the earliest launch date on February 6, which they are calling a “season launch”. As such, we anticipate digital presentations of their 2023 car and livery rather than a physical unveiling.
Williams has yet to name a successor for Jost Capito and FX Demaison, who both departed their roles as CEO and team principal, and technical director respectively, at the end of 2022.
Only four teams have yet to announce a launch date for the 2023 F1 season.
Williams has recently disclosed its plans, with the earliest launch date being set for Monday, February 6, referred to as a “season launch”.
This implies that the new livery will be revealed but the FW45 will not be disclosed until later during pre-season.
Williams has updated its driver lineup for 2023, bringing in Alexander Albon on a multi-year contract, and pairing him with newcomer Logan Sargeant.
Sargeant will be the first American driver on the F1 grid since 2015.
Williams, looking to bounce back from a disappointing 2022 F1 season where it finished last in the Constructors’ standings, will begin its three-day pre-season testing in Bahrain on February 23, just like its competitors.
The four teams yet to announce a date are Mercedes, Red Bull, Alfa Romeo, and Haas.
Williams to reveal 2023 livery on February 6 Williams to reveal 2023 livery on February 6
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