Haas have announced that their 2024 look will be presented to the world next week.

    After a winter overhaul at the outfit that’s seen Team Principal Guenther Steiner replaced by Ayao Komatsu and Technical Director Simone Resta also depart, the new VF-24 is set to be presented in digital form on February 2 – sticking to Haas’s usual pre-season approach.

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    Scheduled for 1400 UK time, it will slot in as the second F1 launch of any kind so far this year, following on from McLaren’s livery reveal earlier this month.

    Haas’s car will then break cover in real life during a shakedown at Silverstone on February 11, before another run in Bahrain ahead of pre-season testing at the same Sakhir venue from February 21-23.

    It means all 10 teams have now confirmed when their new machines will be seen for the first time – the opening two weeks of February crammed with launch events.

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    While there have been major managerial changes at Haas, the squad – like the rest of the grid – will field an unchanged driver line-up in 2024, with Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg continuing as team mates.