February the 19th will be a busy day for all the Formula 1 fans and medias: two late-running teams will reveal their 2020 Formula 1 cars just before the first three days of pre-season testing kick in.
Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean will unveil the brand-new VF-20 at 8.00 am local time directly in the pit-lane, just 15 minutes before Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi do the same with their 2020 Alfa Romeo.
Two teams are now missing from the announcement list: Red Bull and Williams.
Ferrari will break the ice with the car launch to come on the 11th of February at Reggio Emilia (Italy). The following day (12th) will be Renault’s turn, with McLaren presenting their 2020 car on the 13th at Woking. Two teams will reveal on Saint Valentine’s Day: both Mercedes and re-branded Alpha Tauri, respectively in Saltzburg (Austria) and Silverstone. Racing Point will come on the 17th at Mondsee (Austria).
Despite the lateness of the car lauch, Kevin Magnussen is optimist over the Haas’ project: the Danish driver is confident that they won’t “fall into a black hole” as happened to McLaren and Williams. To read the full statement, click on the link below: