F1 Social Stint | Red Bull to present new team kit tomorrow!

It's time for winter break and that means drivers and teams can enjoy a well-deserved holiday. GPblog.com's F1 Social Stint finds out what drivers and teams are doing in preparation for the 2021 Formula One season.

Red Bull to present new team kit tomorrow

The suits in which Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez will be gracing the grid come march will be revealed by Red Bull Racing tomorrow. On Twitter, the Milton Keynes-based team gives a sneak preview of the photo, which they will publish in full tomorrow. Keep your eyes open!

Alfa Romeo shows new teaser ahead of the car reveal

The Alfa Romeo livery will be announced on Monday 22 February and once again the Italian carmaker's team has posted a teaser on social media. The Italians will unveil the car on Monday via Youtube, Facebook and Twitter, with which Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi will compete.

Max Verstappen does a lap around Monaco

It might be weekend, but for Max Verstappen that doesn't mean he is going to hang out on the couch. On Instagram he shared a video in which he runs a lap near his home in Monaco.

AlphaTauri announces time of presentation

AlphaTauri has once again hinted at their car presentation on Friday and now a time has been revealed when the car will be presented. The new AlphaTauri will be presented at 9am CET. A big show like last year seems not to be expected.

Mazepin completes first day with Haas

Nikita Mazepin has had his first day at Haas. The Russian came to the American factory to try on his seat and meet the engineers. Mazepin is now looking forward to the start of the season, where he will make his F1 debut.

Will Red Bull Racing hint at the date of the car launch?

Red Bull Racing is one of the teams that have yet to announce when the new 2021 car will be presented to the world. The new RB16B of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez does seem to be getting a launch date soon though, as Red Bull are now hinting at it on Twitter.

Magnussen on cloud nine despite leaving F1

For Kevin Magnussen, the world cannot go wrong for the time being. In January, his daughter Laura was born and on Wednesday morning, he posted an update about her. Laura was born seven weeks premature, but fortunately, everything goes well with her. It is therefore understandable that Magnussen is over the moon.

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