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Complete schedule of presentations of F1 cars

F1 2017

2017 F1 pre-seasonbegins in a few days, all final details and prepare for intense weeks of work and testing before arriving in Australia, where the first race of the season will take place. Factories have been and are butt-capacity manufacturing parts, not only which will be in the presentations and the tests, but that will come with future updates that are already planned and which will be tested in the preseason…

As you know, the rules have changed, cars will be more aggressive, more load aerodynamics and more powerful. Tires are also wider, and with everything added is calculated it to gain 5 seconds per lap compared to the last year. Therefore cars will be much more physical in terms of driving and there will be a greater difference between the pilots who are better prepared and those who do not.

F1 2017

For me this is one of the most exciting of the season dates, even more than when they start racing. The reason? Thus the desire to see new cars, especially when there are changes to the technical regulations as important as 2017 are given this. For this reason, here we bring you a calendar of submissions, so don’t miss a single detail of new single-seaters, which we will be analyzing technical and aesthetically in ActualidadMotor as they are occurring.

Team Date Place
Mercedes 23-02-2017 Silverstone
Red Bull 26-02-2017 Montmeló
Ferrari 24-02-2017 Fiorano
Force India 22-02-2017 Silverstone
Williams To be confirmed TBC *
McLaren 24-02-2017 Woking
Toro Rosso 26-02-2017 Montmeló
Haas 26-02-207 Montmeló
Renault 21-02-2017 London
Sauber 20-02-2017 Montmeló

*Only need to confirm Williams, which is the last one left behind to confirm the date of filing. Indeed, as you may already know, Manor will not be on the grid this season and again 10 teams. Dies latest low-cost equipment, after Lotus (Caterham) and HRT.

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