What Time Is the 2021 Red Bull F1 Car Launch and Where Can I Watch It?

Published 02/23/2021, 3:31 AM EST
HOCKENHEIM, GERMANY – Second place qualifier Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing celebrates in parc ferme during qualifying for the F1 Grand Prix of Germany at Hockenheimring in Hockenheim, Germany. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)


Red Bull Racing F1 team will display the car which will represent them on the grid for the 2021 season. The team will have an online launch at 11:00 AM GMT( according to a source) on February 23. The drivers, Max Verstappen and Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez will reveal the car they will compete in.

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The car dubbed the RB16B has been developed with a slight variation on the RB16 which took part in the 2020 season. The team will be hoping 2021 goes according to plan as they are running the Honda engine on the grid.

Where to see the Bulls launch their car?

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The team will broadcast the launch of the car on their official Red Bull website.


The loyal supporters won’t have to wait long to see the new RB16B, as the launch is set for February 23 at 11:00 AM GMT. The launch is likely to be streamed on Red Bull’s official YouTube Channel, as well as F1’s official YouTube Channel.

Will Red Bull give wings to fan’s expectations for 2021?

Red Bull has decided to change up their driver lineup for 2021 season. They brought in Perez to replace the underwhelming Alex Albon. They are hoping the Mexican will add the required experience to complement Verstappen’s talent.

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Perez is a ‘points machine’ as he consistently gets those consistent fourth and fifth place finishes which are considerable points hauls. He is also able to take advantage of situations which allow him to get podiums. 

HOCKENHEIM, GERMANY – JULY 22: Sergio Perez of Mexico and Force India looks on before the Formula One Grand Prix of Germany at Hockenheimring on July 22, 2018 in Hockenheim, Germany. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

The team will be the fourth team on the grid to have their launch. Prior to them, F1 saw the launches of Mclaren, Alpha Tauri, and Alfa Romeo. Red Bull are hoping their 2021 helps them have a sustained challenge against Mercedes.

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Ashish Thomas is an F1 author at EssentiallySports. Having followed motorsports since age 5, Ashish holds an enviable knowledge of F1 history. Ashish holds extensive experience in sports writing, having previously worked for SportsQuest and Fansided.

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