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Three launches in three days 23 Jan 2007

SAKHIR,BAHRAIN,09.MAR.06 - FORMULA 1, MOTORSPORT - The 1002nd Arabian Night. Image shows the new Red Bull Racing car. © GEPA pictures/ Franz Pammer The new Honda Racing RA106 is unveiled in Barcelona. (L to R): Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Honda Racing, Anthony Davidson (GBR) Honda Racing F1 Test Driver, Jenson Button (GBR) Honda Racing. Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain, 23-27 January 2006. World ©  Capilitan/Sutton 2006 Renault F1 Team R26 Launch
Grimaldi Hotel, Monaco. 31st January 2006. Patrick Faure and Flavio Briatore, with drivers Giancarlo Fisichella, Fernando Alonso and Heikke Kovalainen. © Peter Spinney/LAT Photographic Adrian Newey (GBR) Red Bull Chief Technical Officer. Formula One Testing, Jerez, Spain, 11 January 2006. World ©  Hartley/Sutton

There is a busy week ahead for the Formula One media, with Renault, Honda and Red Bull all unveiling their 2007 cars over the coming three days. The three teams follow the lead of Toyota, Ferrari, McLaren and BMW Sauber, who all revealed their new challengers earlier this month.

Renault will kick off proceedings on Wednesday at a special event in Amsterdam. After making its first appearance during testing in Spain last week, the French team’s 2007 machine, the R27, will be officially unveiled at ‘The Factory’, an industrial space in the Oostenburg area of the Dutch capital.

Honda’s 2007 machine will break cover for the first time in Spain on Wednesday, during testing at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya. The RA107 will be officially presented at the track a day later, although the new car is expected to be unveiled in test colours, ahead of a special livery launch in February.

The assembled media will then stay on in Barcelona for the widely-anticipated launch of Red Bull’s 2007 machine on Friday. Expect the usual Red Bull razzmatazz as the wraps come off the RB3, with the team’s drivers, David Coulthard and Mark Webber, and the car’s famed designer, Adrian Newey, all in attendance.

Make sure to stay in touch with Formula1.com for the latest news and pictures of the newly-launched 2007 cars.