Red Bull pull the covers off RB20 as 2024 F1 season edges closer

First look at the Red Bull RB20 here!


Reigning world champions Red Bull have unveiled their 2024 F1 challenger - the RB20 - becoming the final team to do so ahead of the new season.

The RB20 was unveiled at a launch in Milton Keynes on Thursday, just under a week before pre-season testing in Bahrain kicks off.

Unsurprisingly, the new car - which will be driven by three-time world champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez - keeps a traditional Red Bull colour scheme for 2024.


Dubbed as an evolution of the all-conquering RB19 which won 21 of the 22 races in 2023, it’s likely the true identity of the RB20 will be revealed in pre-season testing given Red Bull’s tendency to hide some of their key secrets to stop teams from seeing their new car in full.

The team have already conducted a shakedown of the new car at Silverstone earlier this week.

Red Bull will go into the new season as clear title favourites, but are likely to come under increased pressure from McLaren, Ferrari and Mercedes.

Red Bull boss Christian Horner was in attendance at the launch despite an ongoing investigation regarding his conduct.

Speaking ahead of the launch of the new car, to select media including, Horner reflected on a “magical year” for the team in 2023.

“That new set of regulations was a big opportunity in ’22 off the back of a really intense championship in 2021,” he said. “The ’23 car was really an update of the ’22 car.

“I think operationally Max was insane - the way that he drove last year. So to have achieved all of those records - 21 victories, 19 for Max, to have achieved first and second in the championship, something we’ve not done before. 15 straight victories in a row breaking McLaren’s record from 1988.

“It was just a year of statistics that just kept falling. It’s down to the people. You need everybody in every department doing their bit to achieve those kinds of results.

“It was a magical year.”

The first round of the F1 2024 season is in Bahrain from February 29.

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