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Red Bull announces launch date for RB9

Red Bull follows on from McLaren, Force India and Sauber and sets a date for the launch of its new 2013 F1 car

Red Bull Racing has announced that it will unveil it 2013 F1 car, the RB9, on Sunday February 3.

The latest Adrian Newey-designed machine will be presented at the team's base in Milton Keynes, just prior to the start of the first F1 test that week at Jerez, with running commencing at the Spanish track on February 5.

Red Bull Racing's driver line-up will remain unchanged again this year, with Sebastian Vettel teaming up with Mark Webber, as the squad bids to win both the Drivers' and Constructors' titles for a fourth year in succession.

Red Bull is the fourth team to set a launch date for its new car, following on from McLaren, Force India and Sauber. Ferrari has also announced it will show off its new machine in early February, although a specific date has yet to be confirmed [see separate story - HERE].



F1 2013 Launch Dates:

McLaren 31 January TBC
Force India 1 February Silverstone, UK
Sauber 2 February Hinwil, Switzerland
Red Bull Racing 3 February Milton Keynes, UK
Ferrari 'very first days of February' Maranello, Italy


F1 2013 Winter tests:

Jerez test 5-8 February
Barcelona test 1 19-22 February
Barcelona test 2 28 February-3 March




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rob01 - Unregistered

January 11, 2013 6:29 PM

If you are waiting for Newey to get it wrong you will be waiting a long time. With the regs even tighter than last year the car will be nearly the same.

chris - Unregistered

January 11, 2013 9:24 AM

@toy..they should have gotten it right last year..why the slip up...on certain areas that they cant amend..like pat fry says...he too surprise that ferrari cant change their development to get waht fry wants to amend...they are sticking to experiences and FA strong driving skillsets....that gotta change..and built a much faster car then SV..and above AN designs..i guess they are too scared to change big!...



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