Scuderia AlphaTauri presents the AT03 for the 2022 season

Render of the 2022 Scuderia AlphaTauri AT03 // SI202202140107 // Usage for editorial use only //

The new nose of the AT03 with the RAVENOL logo

In a video presentation, the Italian team around the two drivers Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda presented the new F1 car with the designation “AT03”. The RAVENOL logo can be seen on the nose of the new AT03, but also on the drivers’ overalls and team clothing.

The Scuderia AlphaTauri drivers: Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda (from left)

Pierre Gasly: ​​“There is a big change to the car this year because the look and design are completely different due to the new regulations, the cards are being reshuffled. We won’t know the true performance of the AT03 until we test it extensively on the track during pre-season testing at Barcelona; but so far he’s looking great and I’m really looking forward to the start of the new season.”

 “It looks really great,” confirms Yuki Tsunoda: “Of course we haven’t seen the real car on the track yet, but the new shape and design is really cool and I think the livery goes really well with it, me hope everyone enjoyed the launch video.”

This is what the new AT03 could look like on the race track in the future.

The high-tech car will make its first official F1 appearance at next week’s Barcelona test. 
Scuderia AlphaTauri and 
RAVENOL are in good spirits and looking forward to the performance of the new AT03 Formula 1 racing car.
The dates for the 2022 Formula 1 winter tests are:
February 2022 in Barcelona (Spain) 10.-12. 
March 2022 in Sachir (Bahrain)

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