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Formula 1: Car Launches Coming, Ferrari Fire Back at Cheating Claims, Aston Martin Deal


Formula 1: Car Launches Coming, Ferrari Fire Back at Cheating Claims, Aston Martin Deal

The 2020 Formula 1 season is getting closer and closer. The first race of the year, the Australian Grand Prix, is now just a month and a half away as teams are starting to ramp up their preparations.

But before they all head off to Barcelona for pre-season testing, all F1 teams will first launch their cars for the new season in the coming weeks.

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is no doubt busy with all the preparations ahead of the new season, but he took some time to respond to accusations of cheating levelled against the Scuderia last year.

Meanwhile, Racing Point will get a rebrand for the 2021 season after making a significant investment into Aston Martin.

Learn all about the big news stories SBOBET Formula 1 should know as the new season closes in.

Formula 1 teams set to launch 2020 cars

Next week will mark the start of teams launching their new cars for the 2020 season. The launch dates for all 10 teams have now been confirmed.

Ferrari will kick things off on Feb. 11 as they launch their newest car at the Romolo Valli Municipal Theatre in Reggio Emilia.

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel recently got to sit in his new car for the first time as he looks to improve on last season’s performance. The four-time world champion finished a disappointing fifth in the driver’s standings, 24 points behind team-mate Charles Leclerc. The German also had just one win all season, which came in Singapore.

Red Bull and Renault are next on the schedule as both teams will launch on Feb. 12. Max Verstappen, who just signed a new contract extension at the start of the year, will lead the charge for Red Bull after a promising season where he ended up third in the driver’s standings and won three races. His win in Germany, in particular, was a classic.

McLaren will be the sole team to launch on Feb. 13, while Alpha Tauri and reigning constructors champions Mercedes will hold their launch on Valentine’s Day.

Racing Point’s and Williams’ launches are set for Feb. 17, while Alfa Romeo and Haas will round things out on Feb. 19.

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto fires back at cheating accusations

Ferrari faced some damning cheating accusations from opposing teams last season surrounding the legality of their power unit. The FIA had to issue Technical Directives in the wake of these allegations.

But Ferrari strongly denied any wrongdoing on their part. Team principal Mattia Binotto even claimed via Motorsport-Total.com that those cheating accusations were merely a political ploy by the team’s rivals.

“It’s political to me. They’re pointing the finger at us. It’s all about building pressure.”

The 2020 Formula 1 season is getting closer and closer. The first race of the year, the Australian Grand Prix, is now just a month and a half away as teams are starting to ramp up their preparations.

But before they all head off to Barcelona for pre-season testing, all F1 teams will first launch their cars for the new season in the coming weeks.

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto is no doubt busy with all the preparations ahead of the new season, but he took some time to respond to accusations of cheating levelled against the Scuderia last year.

Meanwhile, Racing Point will get a rebrand for the 2021 season after making a significant investment into Aston Martin.

Learn all about the big news stories SBOBET Formula 1 should know as the new season closes in.

Formula 1 teams set to launch 2020 cars

Next week will mark the start of teams launching their new cars for the 2020 season. The launch dates for all 10 teams have now been confirmed.

Ferrari will kick things off on Feb. 11 as they launch their newest car at the Romolo Valli Municipal Theatre in Reggio Emilia.

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel recently got to sit in his new car for the first time as he looks to improve on last season’s performance. The four-time world champion finished a disappointing fifth in the driver’s standings, 24 points behind team-mate Charles Leclerc. The German also had just one win all season, which came in Singapore.

Red Bull and Renault are next on the schedule as both teams will launch on Feb. 12. Max Verstappen, who just signed a new contract extension at the start of the year, will lead the charge for Red Bull after a promising season where he ended up third in the driver’s standings and won three races. His win in Germany, in particular, was a classic.

McLaren will be the sole team to launch on Feb. 13, while Alpha Tauri and reigning constructors champions Mercedes will hold their launch on Valentine’s Day.

Racing Point’s and Williams’ launches are set for Feb. 17, while Alfa Romeo and Haas will round things out on Feb. 19.

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto fires back at cheating accusations

Ferrari faced some damning cheating accusations from opposing teams last season surrounding the legality of their power unit. The FIA had to issue Technical Directives in the wake of these allegations.

But Ferrari strongly denied any wrongdoing on their part. Team principal Mattia Binotto even claimed via Motorsport-Total.com that those cheating accusations were merely a political ploy by the team’s rivals.

“It’s political to me. They’re pointing the finger at us. It’s all about building pressure.”

 

 


 

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