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F1 2023

How to watch the launch of the 2023 Williams car

Williams will be conducting an online launch for their FW45 on the 6th February.

Williams FW44 render
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It's not long until the Formula 1 season finally gets underway in 2023, with pre-season testing around the corner at the end of February.

Prior to this a number of teams will be conducting launches with glittering events, with Williams being next in line to show off their 2023 livery. Here is everything you need to know about their launch.

What time does the Williams launch start?

The Williams launch starts on Monday 6th February 2023 at 14:00 GMT. This will be 09:00 EST.

What can I expect from the Williams launch?

Williams are describing the event as a 'season launch', which is set to be a livery-only event, with a full 2023 car being unveiled at a later date.

Hosted by Will Buxton, the online launch will feature drivers Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant, along with other key members of the team.

With Williams expected to be confirming a sponsorship deal with Gulf Oil, anticipation for their FW45 livery will be high.

How do I watch the 2023 Williams launch live?

Williams will broadcast their launch from 09:00 EST/14:00 GMT online through their official website, and through their app.

More information on their broadcast can be found here.

So far, Williams have not indicated any plans to broadcast the launch on YouTube.

RacingNews365.com will be showing you all the latest images of the car and cover all the breaking news from the launch throughout the day.

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