The Haas F1 Team has chalked in a date for the launch of its 2021 campaign meaning the reveal time of every team has now been confirmed.
Team boss Guenther Steiner hopes the fresh faces will lift the team from its equal-worst ninth-place finish in the constructors' championship in 2020.
Usually, teams will start the cars for the first time in January or February in advance of the pre-season test, however, the UK government currently requires 10-day mandatory self-isolation to enter the country.
This means that the Ferrari technicians needed to fire-up the car at Haas' base in Banbury, England would have to quarantine for that period of time in order to complete the start-up process, which at such a critical point of preparation for the season is unfeasible.
Pre-season testing begins at Sakhir on March 12.