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Formula One fans have been treated to it’s first car reveal in 2024, with McLaren Racing launching it’s new challenger.

Australian Oscar Piastri & Lando Norris will take centre stage for McLaren in the upcoming Formula One season, with the team unveiling it’s 2024 livery.

With McLaren getting the early jump with it’s livery launch this year and revealing their car across social media platforms, it caught many by surprise and CEO Zak Brown stated they were looking to start the new season off with a bang.

“We didn’t start 2023 as we wanted, but Andrea (Stella) and the team did a great job following the organisational restructure coming into action, and the hard work continues as we carry that excellent momentum into the 2024 campaign,” he said.

“I’m confident the exciting pairing of Lando and Oscar will continue to create more mega memories together after such an impressive second half of last year, which saw the team finish fourth in the championship with 302 points.

“These are all steps forward from the year before, as we continue our mission to push and compete at the front of the grid.”

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Oscar Piastri had a fantastic rookie year in 2023 and is aiming to carry that momentum heading into the new season.

“The 2024 livery looks really cool and I’m looking forward to racing in the iconic colours of McLaren for a second season,” he said.

“I made some special memories with the team in my rookie year, securing two podiums and a Sprint win.”

“I‘m going to work hard alongside the whole team to take those results into the start of the new season and compete well with our competitors to give the fans more memorable moments.”

Formula One fans will have first sights on the MCL38 on February 14, when the team complete a shakedown at Silverstone. It will then head to Bahrain for pre-season testing, which begins on February 21.

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