Red Bull will unveil its 2020 livery at an exclusive event in London on February 17 in partnership with sponsor Puma, it won’t, however, show off its new car.
The Milton Keynes based team, which is set to run Tag Heuer branded Renault engines this year, ended its sponsorship deal with title sponsor Infiniti and is therefore likely to run a tweaked livery.
The team has yet to confirm the actual launch date of its new challenger, the RB12, but it’s expected they will simply roll it out on the first day of pre-season testing, as many teams plan to do due to the tight timescales involved.
Last year, the team chose not to unveil its official livery until the first race, instead opting to run a black and white camouflaged test livery. It’s not known if they will repeat that this year, despite it proving popular amongst F1 fans.
Grand Prix Times will be in attendance at the livery launch event, so make sure to head to our website on February 17 to catch a glimpse of the first images.