Racing Point has become the latest team to unveil its 2020 Formula 1 challenger, taking the covers off the RP20 in Austria.
The Silverstone-based squad carried out its launch at the headquarters of principle sponsor BWT, in the Austrian town of Mondsee, on Monday afternoon.
Racing Point has kept the predominantly pink colour scheme first adopted in 2017, when it linked up with BWT, whose logos feature heavily on the car.
Racing Point has targeted a step forward this season in the wake of its early 2019 prospects being compromised by the hangover from its mid-2018 takeover by Lawrence Stroll.
Racing Point began 2019 slowly but scored points in all but one race after Formula 1’s summer break and sealed seventh position in the Constructors’ Championship.
The team has also retained the services of Sergio Perez, who first joined in 2014, and whose contract with the team now runs through 2022, after signing a three-year extension.
Perez will again by joined in the driver line-up by Lance Stroll, son of owner Lawrence.
It will be the final season under the Racing Point identity before it morphs into the Aston Martin works team from 2021, following Stroll Sr.’s recent investment in the company.