Haas Sets February 2 for 2024 F1 Car Launch

Haas F1 Team has scheduled the unveiling of their VF-24 car for February 2, making it the inaugural launch of an F1 car for the 2024 season.


By Ben Bush
Updated on February 5, 2024

Haas 2024 F1 Car Launch

The Haas F1 Team has confirmed the debut of their VF-24 model, scheduled for Friday, February 2. This event marks the first reveal of a Formula 1 car for the 2024 season.

While McLaren has already showcased its livery for 2024, Haas was the final team to announce its launch plans. However, it will lead the pack in unveiling its car for the upcoming season.

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The unveiling is set for 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (2 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time). This event also marks a new chapter for the team, their first launch since Guenther Steiner’s departure as team principal.

Haas sets VF-24 launch for early February

Last season, Haas finished at the bottom of the 2023 Constructors’ Championship. Their 2023 car faced challenges in tyre longevity during races despite showing potential in one-lap speed.

As a result, the team has undergone significant changes, notably not renewing the contract of long-standing team principal Steiner. Ayao Komatsu will step up as the new principal for the upcoming season.

The team retains a familiar lineup in the driving seats, with Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen confirmed to continue racing for Haas in 2024.

2024 F1 car launches

HaasFebruary 2
StakeFebruary 5
WilliamsFebruary 5
AlpineFebruary 7
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Aston MartinFebruary 12
FerrariFebruary 13
MercedesFebruary 14
McLarenFebruary 14
Red BullFebruary 15

Source: PlanetF1.com

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