The Williams and Sauber Formula 1 teams have both announced their 2024 season launches will take place on Feb. 5.

The two teams follow Ferrari in confirming a launch date, with the Scuderia’s new car being unveiled on Feb. 13. The only details provided by the teams is that Sauber’s event will take place in London, and is likely to follow Williams with James Vowles’ team carrying out its launch earlier in the day.

Williams is looking to follow an encouraging 2023 season that saw the team improve to finish seventh in the constructors’ championship, and recently confirmed Logan Sargeant will remain one of its two race drivers alongside Alex Albon.

For Sauber, it marks the first season following the end of its Alfa Romeo partnership, with the team officially being renamed as Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber and its 2024 car to be known as the C44.

“Our team is working around the clock to produce an incredible show that will unleash our new team identity in full and bring back the ‘wow’ factor to our sport,” the team stated in its announcement of the launch date.