Aston Martin has unveiled its new-look for its return to Formula 1, presenting a revised identity for the team, ahead of the 2021 season.
Aston Martin has only previously had a limited presence in Formula 1, competing unsuccessfully in 1959/1960, before returning as a sponsor and then title partner of Red Bull.
In early 2020 it was announced that Lawrence Stroll, who acquired the ailing Force India Formula 1 team in mid-2018, had taken a controlling stake in Aston Martin.
As part of the deal his Formula 1 team, which has competed under the Racing Point guise for two years, was to be rebranded as Aston Martin.
The team will continue to operate out of the Silverstone-based factory that it has occupied for the last three decades, since it entered the sport as Jordan Grand Prix, with new facilities at the same location due to open in mid-2022.