With most of the launches done and dusted, F1 test action begins next week at Barcelona with all the 10 teams together for the first time in 2019.

This week was all about the teams launching their 2019 machinery and the coming week will see the cars in flesh for the first time together since the Pirelli tyre test at Yas Marina circuit at the end of November after Abu Dhabi GP.

While we have seen teams like Mercedes, Red Bull Racing, Toro Rosso, Alfa Romeo Racing and Rich Energy Haas have their shakedown, the rest like Ferrari, Renault, Racing Point, Williams and McLaren have only released images online thus far.

With the first step taken, it is now time for the testing action to begin at Circuit de Barcelona with the first four-day test scheduled for February 18-21. Here’s the line-up of the first test for all the teams:


Mercedes 2019 F1 car
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Chassis: F1 W10 EQ Power+

Day 1, Monday: Valtteri Bottas (Morning), Lewis Hamilton (Afternoon)

Line-up to be confirmed


Ferrari 2019 F1 car
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Chassis: SF90

Day 1, Monday: Sebastian Vettel

Day 2, Tuesday: Charles Leclerc

Day 3, Wednesday: Sebastian Vettel

Day 4, Thursday: Charles Leclerc

Red Bull Racing:

Red Bull 2019 F1 car
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Chassis: RB15

Day 1, Monday: Max Verstappen

Day 2, Tuesday: Pierre Gasly

Day 3, Wednesday: Max Verstappen

Day 4, Thursday: Pierre Gasly


2019 - Renault R.S. 19
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Chassis: R.S.19

Day 1, Monday: Nico Hulkenberg (Morning), Daniel Ricciardo (Afternoon)

Day 2, Tuesday: Daniel Ricciardo (Morning), Nico Hulkenberg (Afternoon)

Day 3, Wednesday: Nico Hulkenberg (Morning), Daniel Ricciardo (Afternoon)

Day 4, Thursday:Daniel Ricciardo (Morning), Nico Hulkenberg (Afternoon)


2019 Haas F1
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Chassis: VF-19

Day 1, Monday: Romain Grosjean

Day 2, Tuesday: Kevin Magnussen

Day 3, Wednesday: Romain Grosjean (Morning), Pietro Fittipaldi (Afternoon)

Day 4, Thursday: Pietro Fittipaldi (Morning), Kevin Magnussen (Afternoon)

Racing Point F1 Team:

2019 Racing Point F1
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Chassis: RP19

Day 1, Monday: Sergio Perez

Day 2, Tuesday: Lance Stroll

Day 3, Wednesday: Sergio Perez

Day 4, Thursday: Lance Stroll


2019 McLaren F1 car and livery
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Chassis: MCL34

Day 1, Monday: Carlos Sainz

Day 2, Tuesday: Lando Norris

Day 3, Wednesday: Carlos Sainz

Day 4, Thursday: Lando Norris

Alfa Romeo Racing:

Alfa Romeo Racing, F1 2019
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Chassis: C38

Day 1, Monday: Kimi Raikkonen

Day 2, Tuesday: Antonio Giovinazzi

Day 3, Wednesday: Kimi Raikkonen

Day 4, Thursday: Antonio Giovinazzi

Toro Rosso Honda:

2019 Toro Rosso F1
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Chassis: STR14

Day 1, Monday: Daniil Kvyat

Day 2, Tuesday: Alexander Albon

Day 3, Wednesday: Daniil Kvyat

Day 4, Thursday: Alexander Albon


2019 Williams F1
Copyright: ROKiT Williams

Chassis: FW42

Day 1, Monday: No running with the team not ready with the car

Day 2, Tuesday: No running with the team not ready with the car

Tentative line-up for the rest of the days as earlier announced – to be confirmed still:

Day 3, Wednesday: Nicholas Latifi (Morning), Robert Kubica (Afternoon)

Day, Thursday: Robert Kubica (Morning), George Russell (Afternoon)

The first test from Barcelona will be shown live on TV in the UK, Netherlands and Italy on Sky Sports and Ziggo Sport (Dutch), while the sport’s OTT platform F1 TV will also broadcast all the four days in full with a review programme in place as well.

Check out the 2019 entry list shared by the FIA

2019 F1 launches so far:

Rich Energy Haas

Toro Rosso

ROKiT Williams



Red Bull

SportPesa Racing Point