Red Bull has become the fourth Formula 1 team to launch its 2021 machinery.
The team lifted the lid on the RB16B on Tuesday morning, revealing a relatively unchanged livery from the past two years.
Max Verstappen remains at the team but is this year joined by Sergio Perez, the Mexican moving from Racing Point, now Aston Martin, as a race winner after climbing to the top of the podium for the first time in last year's Sakhir Grand Prix.
In a recent edition of the Red Bull Talking Bull podcast, Perez said: "This is my big opportunity. I do have to go onto the next level, onto the next step in all aspects and I think I am ready for it."
Red Bull finished second in the constructors' standings last year, ending the year behind only Mercedes although with Verstappen taking a dominant victory in the Abu Dhabi season finale.
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