It is Formula 1 launch season and today we can reveal the new cars from Alfa Romeo Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri. The Italian-backed Swiss team will race this Ferrari-engined C41 during the upcoming World Championship. It is a development of the C39 used last year with most of the development tokens spent on the front-end and nose of the car. The reason that the new Alfa Romeo Racing machine is dubbed the C41 is that the C40 had already been used for the car that had originally been developed for the all-new regulations that have now been postponed to 2022.
A race winner in 2020, Scuderia AlphaTauri took the wraps off the AT02 late last week. It will be raced by Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda, and should benefit from a considerable engine upgrade provided by Honda in their final year in Formula 1.
The Alfa Romeo Racing cars are built by Sauber in Switzerland. Among the many interesting cars in the Swiss team's history is the C14, which was raced during the 1995 season. It was driven to Sauber's first podium finish and also brought major sponsors Red Bull and Petronas into the sport.
Maserati, meanwhile, revealed a first glimpse of the Grecale SUV that is currently under development. As shown in the images, road testing of the prototypes has already started.

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2021 Alfa Romeo Racing C41 Ferrari

1995 Sauber C14 Ford

2021 AlphaTauri AT02 Honda

2021 Maserati Grecale