Launch season ahead of the first 2020 Formula 1 winter test is well and truly underway, with Red Bull the latest team to show off its new challenger.
The four-time constructors’ world champions enjoyed one of its strongest seasons of the hybrid era last year, with Max Verstappen guiding his Honda-powered RB15 to three wins on the way to third is the drivers’ standings.
Red Bull unveiled the RB16 on Wednesday and became the first team to run its new car on track, having had a shakedown at Silverstone.
With stable regulations for 2020 and a strong foundation from last year to build on, could this be the car to take Red Bull back to title glory?
Autosport’s Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge joins Autosport’s Grand Prix Editor to discuss the changes to the RB16.
They also talk about Renault, who also launched its 2020 season on Wednesday – albeit without a car to show.
Motorsport.com’s F1 Editor Jonathan Noble and Executive Editor of F1 Racing Magazine Stuart Codling were in Paris for Renault’s launch, and discuss why it didn’t properly unveil its new challenger.