The upgrades that the Formula 1 teams have brought to the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix have been unveiled.
Red Bull enters the weekend looking to continue its strong form from Bahrain, where it captured a 1-2 finish with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez.
With the Jeddah Corniche Circuit being a high-speed circuit, a number of track-specific upgrades will be attached to the RB19.
These include less cambered beam and rear wings to decrease drag around the circuit, while there is also an altered rear wing endplate to accommodate the needs of the track.
Ferrari too has an altered beam wing which has been depowered for the event, while an upper slat element has been introduced.
The front wing endplate has received an upgrade to improve overall efficiency and the floor edge sees the introduction of a forward cutout and raised trailing edge to benefit the underfloor.
Mercedes warned prior to the race weekend that the new parts it has brought to Jeddah won’t be game changers following a difficult outing in Bahrain.
In a bid to reduce drag around the track it has de-cambered the rear wing, as well as the floor fence.
Upgrades exist elsewhere on the grid, including at Aston Martin who was the surprise of the field in Bahrain as it drove to a podium finish.
The front wing has seen a new flap added to reduce front wing load, while smaller rear and beam wings have also been brought to reduce drag.
Williams, who captured a point in Bahrain despite being tipped by many to be the slowest team, has added two small optional gurney flaps to the front wing, while there is a small beam wing available for event.
New shorted winglets have been added to the rear brake ducts, while the front ducts have a smaller exit scoop available.
A new part is also available if required in the engine cover area through a small exit gurney.
For McLaren, who had a difficult showing in Bahrain, an altered rear wing has been brought to the event, while there is also a modified diffuser to improve aerodynamic performance.
Alpine has arrived with a circuit-specific beam wing, while both Haas and Alfa Romeo have unveiled modifications to the front and rear wings.
AlphaTauri, who currently sit eighth in the standings, has an upgraded rear wing to reduce drag.