Sauber has committed to a 2024 season launch on February 5th - the same day as Williams.
The team has undergone a name change after the departure of Alfa Romeo with the name officially being 'Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber' after two sponsors, but the team has hinted further changes could be made on January 1st 2024.
In a post on social media, the team, which will become Audi in 2026 revealed its season launch plans will be on February 5th.
Team Representative Alessandro Alunni Bravi previously indicated that this would be in the United Kingdom due to close links with a new sponsor, for the first time ever for the team, with the team confirming the C44 will be unveiled in London.
Drivers Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu have been kept on for 2024 - with the unveiling set to take place on the same day as Williams' season launch, which was also announced on December 22nd.
The only other team to confirm its launch plans is currently Ferrari, which will do so on February 13th - the week before pre-season testing in Bahrain on February 21st.
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