Red Bull Unveils 2024 F1 RB20 Car: First Look

In 2023, Max Verstappen and Red Bull were dominant with the RB19, only failing to win at the Singapore Grand Prix, and they have now launched the RB20, which resembles last season’s car, with high expectations for continued success.

Highlights

‣ Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s RB19 were dominant in 2023, with Verstappen and Sergio Perez winning nearly all races except the Singapore Grand Prix.
‣ Verstappen and Perez are set to drive the new RB20 for Red Bull Racing, which was launched via a livestream attended by team members including Christian Horner.
‣ Red Bull Racing, having won the constructors’ championship in a dominant manner last season, has high expectations for the RB20, which closely resembles the previous season’s RB19.


Max Verstappen and his ride, the RB19, were pretty much the kings of 2023. Whenever Max didn’t cross the finish line first, you could bet Sergio Perez was the guy stealing the spotlight. Except, well, there was this one time in Singapore. The Grand Prix there? Didn’t go their way. Next up, Verstappen and Perez are gearing up to take the RB20 for a spin, all decked out in Red Bull Racing colors. Heard they’re launching it soon, with some test runs in Bahrain on the horizon.

Oh, and about that launch.

### Unveiling of Red Bull Racing’s RB20

So, they decided to go live. Yep, a livestream straight from Milton Keynes. Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez, and the boss man, Christian Horner, were all there, front and center. Last year? Oh, they were untouchable. Snagged the constructors’ championship like it was no big deal. Fans are buzzing, thinking this dynamic duo is set to sweep the awards again with the RB20.

But here’s the kicker—the RB20? It’s kinda like the RB19’s twin. Just when you thought things couldn’t get more interesting.

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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