For the 2023 F1 season, AlphaTauri wants to debut a New York livery.

A livery introduction for AlphaTauri's 2023 Formula 1 vehicle will take place in New York in February.

AlphaTauri's car in a file photo. (Twitter: @AlphaTauriF1)
By Mahaksh Chauhan | Dec 24, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

AlphaTauri posted a rendering of an F1 car with logo coverings atop the iconic Brooklyn Bridge on social media on Friday. “Save the Date,” along with “February 11 NYC,” were announced. A hashtag made it clear that this would be a livery launch rather than the introduction of its rival for 2023. Therefore, it is likely that AlphaTauri would postpone the public unveiling of its new vehicle until the first day of preseason testing in Bahrain on February 23. AlphaTauri recently finished a difficult 2022 campaign in which it fell short of the advancements anticipated under the new rules. It placed eighth overall in the constructors’ standings, much behind sister team Red Bull, which won both title races.

Lack of consistency

The team’s primary issue was a lack of consistency with their car, as Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda could compete for strong points on certain weekends but were well behind on others. Gasly claimed that the team required a significant reset to make respectable progress in the middle of the year. Since I don’t believe our team’s core is lacking anything, he said, “To be honest with you, I don’t fully have the solution why we seem to suffer more than other teams in the midfield.”

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Changing car concept ?

Gasly recently disclosed that AlphaTauri would be redefining the automotive concept with its new vehicle. Gasly will compete for Alpine in 2023. “We were first in the midfield last season, last year we were last in the middle, and who knows what will happen next season? I’m aware that AlphaTauri is completely redefining the way cars are thought of, but perhaps they’ll rejoin the battle. It’s challenging to state, “He clarified. Nyck de Vries, who was hired by the team after making a successful F1 début at the Italian Grand Prix while filling in for Alex Albon at Williams and finishing eighth, has taken over for Gasly.