Williams is set to modify its 2020 Formula 1 livery in the wake of its separation from its title partner.
Williams linked up with the ROKiT group of companies for 2019 and this year tweaked its colour scheme, with red joining the existing white and blue patterns.
But on Friday it was confirmed that Williams has split from ROKiT with immediate effect.
The deal was set to run through 2023 after a renewed agreement was reached mid-2019.
Speaking to the official Formula 1 website, deputy team boss Claire Williams said: “Obviously the livery is something that we’ve got to look at and when we go racing again, hopefully in July
“F1 have put a marker in the sand for July 5, we will unveil our new livery before we hit the racetrack.”
ROKiT branding featured prominently on the FW43 when it ran during pre-season testing in February.
The company’s logo featured on the sidepod, rear wing, front area, and halo, while offshoot ABK Beer sponsored the engine cover.
Williams has already updated its social media channels, website and official branding in order to remove the company’s logos.
The split from ROKiT came on a day in which Williams posted its financial results for 2019 and confirmed that it is considering a partial or full sale of the company.
Williams has finished at the foot of the 10-team Constructors’ Championship for the past two years.
It will field Mercedes-backed George Russell and Formula 2 race winner Nicholas Latifi as its drivers in 2020.
Three of Latifi’s personal sponsors – Sofina, Lavazza and Royal Bank of Canada – have branding on the team’s FW43.