Aston Martin reveal F1 car, showing gamers what they can expect in F1 2021

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This is the week of livery reveals for the F1 2021 season, and Aston Martin's is the most anticipated of them all.

The world-famous manufacturer steps into Formula 1 as a team for the first time since 1960, and the entire Formula 1 world has waited with bated breath to see what livery their car will sport.

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The launch of their F1 store gave us some clues, but now we know what gamers can expect to see alongside them on the grid in F1 2021.

Aston Martin F1 2021 livery

It's finally here. Launched today, the AMR21 is a stunner, and so was the video used to reveal it.

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RACING IN STYLE: The livery is a phenomenal design!

As expected, the car's primary colour is British Racing Green. It's a welcome sight for F1 fans everywhere.

The colour will fit in perfectly on the Formula One grid for 2021, and the iconic livery will surely standout.

Driver suits

The suits match the car perfectly, and look great on the racing duo of Vettel and Stroll.

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HIGH EXPECTATIONS: We're excited to see what the team can do!

We can't wait to see what these two can do as a pairing, one young, hungry driver and a 4-time world champion.

We now eagerly await the start of the F1 2021 season, when we can finally see the team on track in full!

F1 2021 release date

Fans are going to have to wait before they can go racing around in an Aston Martin F1 car. While the new season gets underway at the end of March, we don’t expect F1 2021 for a while.

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AMR21: The car is now out for all to see!

Codemasters has targeted a late June/early July release date for the game in recent years. There is nothing to make us think they will get F1 2021 out earlier this time around.

Couple the previous release dates with implications caused by COVID-19, and we certainly don't see F1 2021 being available for audiences earlier.