The defending F1 World constructors’ champions Red Bull has unveiled their car for the 2023 season in New York. The Milton Keyes outfit will be the first team to showcase their 2023 car - the RB19 after Haas had their livery launch earlier this week. The event also saw the reigning two-champion Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez and reserved driver Daniel Ricardo present the car.
Red Bull also announced that the team will kick off a campaign which is set to involve fans in the design of the livery of the cars for the three USA races. The initiative will be called ‘Make Your Mark’ and allow fans to design the car livery for the American Grand Prix.
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The launch also saw Red Bull announce their partnership with Ford as the American Car manufacturing confirmed its return to F1. Both entities will together and develop new engines that will power Red Bull Racing and AlphaTauri's cars from 2026 to at least 2030.
Talking about this new partnership, Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner expressed excitement and stated how working with Ford will help the team compete with completion. He said, “It’s fantastic to be welcoming Ford back into Formula 1 through this partnership. As an independent engine manufacturer to have the ability to benefit from an OEM’s experience like Ford puts us in good stead against the competition.
“They are a manufacturer rich in motoring history that spans generations. From Jim Clark to Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher, the lineage speaks for itself. For us as Red Bull Powertrains to open the next chapter of that dynasty, as Red Bull Ford, is tremendously exciting.