Red Bull Racing has presented its 2023 livery in New York City as it begins its bid for successive double world championships.
The scheme was unveiled during a ceremony at the Classic Car Club in Manhattan on Friday.
Red Bull began Formula 1’s new era as a front-runner before steamrollering the opposition as the season wore on through 2022.
Red Bull wound up with 17 victories from 22 grands prix as it cantered to both world titles for the first time since 2013, ending Mercedes’ grip on Formula 1.
Max Verstappen cruised to his second world title in as many years with 15 of those 17 wins – setting a new record in the process.
Verstappen will again partner Sergio Perez, who joined Red Bull in 2021, and claimed a career-best two wins last season to finish third in the standings.
Both Verstappen and Perez have multi-year deals at Red Bull, with Verstappen contracted through 2028, and Perez tied down until 2024.
Ex-Red Bull racer Daniel Ricciardo has re-joined the outfit in a third driver capacity following his departure from McLaren.
Red Bull has launched an initiative for fans to partially design the livery for the three US rounds in Miami, Austin and Las Vegas.