A photo circling on social media apparently shows the new race suits that both Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda will wear during the 2024 season.
Red Bull's sister team - now known as Visa Cash App RB - are heading into a new era in the outfit's history with a complete rebranding, and an ambition to stand on their own two feet as a serious competitor in Formula 1.
However, just a day before that reveal date, a photo showing Ricciardo wearing the supposed new race suit has done the rounds across social media.
New RB design leaked
The race suit in question looks to be white, in a similar style to Ricciardo and Tsunoda's most recent AlphaTauri gear, but clearly features a lot more commercial sponsors compared to 2023, including Hugo Boss.
This influx of sponsors and a rebrand commercially brings them closer to the Red Bull name, and suggests a different direction is being taken with the team by the wider Red Bull brand having previously lacked in this area.
It's evidence of an apparent move to strengthen the outfit's competitiveness within the 2024 F1 regulations, allowing for better financial backing and, they will hope, an improvement on last season's eighth-placed finish in the constructors' standings.
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