McLaren became the latest F1 team to show off their new car and livery for the 2023 season on Monday, revealing the MCL60 to the world live from their Woking headquarters.
Again sporting a predominantly papaya orange livery, McLaren’s 2023 challenger has been named the MCL60 to celebrate 60 years since the team was founded by Bruce McLaren.
FIRST LOOK: McLaren present vibrant-looking MCL60 to kick off 2023 anniversary year
McLaren will enter the 2023 campaign looking to climb back up the F1 constructors’ standings after dropping from third to fourth in 2021 and fourth to fifth in 2022, with Alpine narrowly beating them last year.
Lando Norris continues at the wheel for a fifth season, while Oscar Piastri gets set for his rookie term after replacing Daniel Ricciardo – the pair reporting to a new Team Principal in Andrea Stella.
Check out the photo gallery above for a detailed look at McLaren’s new F1 car.