F1 2022 Car Reveal Dates: Red Bull will be first to unveil new car

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We are just a few weeks into 2022 but F1 teams are already lining up to unveil their cars for the new season.

This year is of particular interest as sweeping regulation changes mean the 2022 Formula 1 cars will look drastically different from the behemoths they have become under the previous rules.

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The reveals will also give us a great idea of what cars we will be racing in when F1 2022 by Codemasters arrives later this year!

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F1 2022 livery reveals

Some teams, like Ferrari and Red Bull, won't be altering their liveries too much but others almost certainly will.

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Rumours are flying that Mercedes will go back to the classic silver in 2022, while it looks like BWT is set to join Alpine which could give us a new pink car.

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We're sure that those at the back of the grid will also have plenty new to show off too.

So when can we expect teams to show off their new challengers? Let's take a look at the dates we know so far.

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F1 2022 car reveal dates

Team Car Name Reveal Date
MercedesW1318 February
Red Bull RacingRB189 February
FerrariTBA17 February
McLarenMCL3611 February
AlpineAT0321 February
AlphaTauriTBA14 February
Aston MartinAMR2210 February
WilliamsTBATBA
Alfa RomeoC4027 February
HaasVF-22TBA

F1 2022 testing dates

With the new cars expected to completely shake up the grid and the performance of their digital versions in F1 2022, testing data will be more important than ever.

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Testing will take place in two batches this year, a three-day period in Spain and then another three-day period in Bahrain.

The first test, February 23-25, in Spain will be behind closed doors. The second test, March 10-12, in Bahrain will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and F1TV Pro.