The Alfa Romeo F1 team will display the car, they have made for the 2021 season. The team will have the launch in Warsaw, Poland, at 12 noon GMT at the Grand Theater. The drivers, Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi, & Robert Kubica will reveal the car they would be piloting.
The car dubbed C41 which has been developed by the C39 will take part in the 2021 Formula One world championship. Indeed, the team’s hopes will be high as they are running the prestigious Ferrari engine on the grid.
The team will use its social media channels to broadcast the launch of the car. The launch will be done online because of restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The loyal supporters won’t have to wait long to see the new C41, as the launch is set for 22 February at 12 pm GMT. The launch can also be seen on YouTube, either on Formula One’s channel or Alfa Romeo’s channel itself. The team will broadcast from Poland as it is home to one of their sponsors, Orlen.
The Italian team would stick with veteran Kimi Raikkonen and 27-year-old Antonio Giovinazzi and reserve driver, Robert Kubica. The rumors saw them trying to get Mick Schumacher, and Nico Hulkenberg, but that never came to be.
Raikkonen and Giovinazzi scored 8 points throughout the 2020 season, which saw them finish above Haas, who also run a Ferrari engine. Indeed, seeing the potential of what they can achieve, the Italian team didn’t let go of either of their drivers and hopes for a successful 2021 season.
The team is the third one on the grid to have their launch. Prior to them, F1 saw the launches of Mclaren and Alpha Tauri. If Alfa Romeo can build a car as good it looks, it surely going to give a fight to the top teams.