Mercedes, the German manufacturer, is looking to rebound from a subpar 2022 Formula 1 campaign in which they finished third in the constructors’ championship behind Red Bull and Ferrari.
The team struggled with porpoising and bouncing issues that affected the car’s ride and performance in the early rounds. However, through a strong development push, Mercedes recovered throughout the season, with George Russell earning his first F1 wins in both a sprint race and grand prix in Brazil.
The team will unveil their 2023 Formula 1 car, the F1 W14 E Performance, on February 15th at an event held at Silverstone, the same location as their previous F1 launches.
The team stated that the car was “forged from the challenges of the testing 2022 campaign with the W13, which forced the team to confront and overcome numerous challenges.”
The launch will take place the day after Ferrari’s own F1 team presentation and the day before Alpine’s unveiling.