Red Bull unveil RB19 livery in New York | 2023 F1 season


Red Bull have unveiled the livery their RB19 will race in as they look to defend both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships in 2023.

With the RB19 chassis not being displayed to the world until pre-season testing later this month, Red Bull used the event to showcase new sponsors that will appear on their car, including a new partnership with US motoring giant Ford.

Red Bull’s new livery remaining

The team head into the 2023 season as reigning double champions for the first time since 2014, with Max Verstappen looking to defend his title and secure his third successive world championship.

Honda’s logos will remain on Red Bull and sister team AlphaTauri’s cars for 2023, despite Honda’s exit from F1 at the end of 2021. Red Bull will again operate and maintain the Honda-designed power units under their Red Bull Power Trains badge.

Red Bull are coming back of their most successful year ever in F1, winning both titles while Max Verstappen delivered a record-breaking 15 race victories and team mate Sergio Perez contributed two more.

The team’s reserve driver will be Daniel Ricciardo, returning to Red Bull following his losing his drive with McLaren at the end of last year. He previously raced for Red Bull from 2014 to 2018, then spent two seasons apiece at Renault and McLaren before losing his place on the F1 grid and finding salvation with a new role at Red Bull.

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