Williams have yet to announce a date for the 2023 launch event, although it remains to be seen when their new car will be delivered.
The team will hold a preseason presentation, including a live kickoff, on February 6. It will be distributed on their website and application.
Williams, who have finished bottom of the constructors’ standings four times in the last five years, are making a number of changes to improve their form ahead of the 2023 season.
Among those let go are team principal Jost Capito and technical director Francois-Javier Demaison, whose replacements have not been announced. Driver Nicolas Lafim lost his seat after three seasons.
Latifi’s place has been taken by Formula 2 Formula 2 graduate Logan Sargent. The 22-year-old will be the first full-time F1 driver from the United States since 2006, a product of the Williams Racing Driver Academy.
Sargeant will be partnering Alex Albon in his second season with Williams and fourth season in F1 after scoring half the team’s points last year.
The 2023 season will be Williams’ 10th season with Mercedes engines, and the partnership has already resulted in 16 podiums. Williams’ longest unbeaten streak in its 46-year history is 216 Grands Prix.
Trials for the new season begin on February 23.
Find all 2023 F1 race weekend session details as well as test and start dates on your mobile device using the RaceFans F1 Calendar.
Advertisement | Become a RaceFans fan and
2023 F1 season
Browse all 2023 F1 current articles