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Aston Martin accidentally leak their 2023 Formula 1 car

The official car launches are fast approaching, with Haas set to kick off the presentations with a livery reveal on January 31. Understandably, the teams like to keep their car designs as secret as possible until F1 travels to Bahrain for pre-season testing, and even then, there may be some sandbagging and deception. Aston Martin may have just leaked some of the key elements of the AMR23’s design on social media however, as part of the car can be seen in the background of a recent video. The team took to Twitter to share a video of new signing Fernando Alonso’s first day with the team, where he gets his seat fit, meets the team and spends some time in the simulator. READ: Toto Wolff...
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