Coming off the back of a 2022 season that saw Red Bull take 17 victories in all on the way to winning both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships, all eyes will be on this latest challenger to roll out of Milton Keynes when it takes to the track for the first time.
The car we’ve been given a glimpse of looks like little more than a placeholder for now. We suspect any detail that Red Bull considers to be worth protecting, or of vital importance for performance, will have been left off this launch spec, with a much-changed car likely to be unleashed on track once testing gets underway at the end of February.
One thing which definitely hasn’t changed is the livery. Something that Red Bull is becoming rather infamous for. But as Max Verstappen said so logically during the launch ceremony, they keep winning with this livery so why would they change it? It does seem the team has found its sweet spot with this Red Bull livery.