Mercedes has become the latest team to announce the launch date for its 2023 Formula 1 car.
The challenger will be named the W14, continuing the title trend that has been present since its return to the sport as a manufacturer in 2010.
The W14 will be unveiled on February 15, one day after Ferrari takes the wraps off its as-of-yet-unnamed car.
Mercedes enters the year looking to improve on its 2022 form which saw it drop to third place in the Constructors’ Championship.
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It looked set to go winless for the first time since 2011, however George Russell captured his maiden race victory at the penultimate round in Brazil.
Russell will once again partner Lewis Hamilton at the team this year, with the latter entering the last season of his current contract.
However, the seven-time World Champion asserted on multiple occasions throughout 2022 that he was keen to continue racing with Mercedes in F1 into 2024.
Just Red Bull, Alfa Romeo and Haas are left to confirm their launch plans for the 2023 campaign.
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— Mercedes-AMG Motorsport (@amgmotorsport) January 12, 2023
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