The Red Bull team has set their sights on another dominant season, revealing the launch date for their 2024 challenger.
Fresh off a record-breaking 2023 campaign, the reigning champions have announced their car launch date, sending shivers down the spines of their competitors.
Last year, Red Bull put on an absolute masterclass performance. They stormed to 21 victories out of 22 races, shattering the record for most wins in a single season and amassing a colossal 860 points, another new benchmark.
At the centre of this hurricane was Max "Mad Max" Verstappen, who carved his name into the history books with his most dominant season in F1 yet.
With a record 19 wins out of 22 races and a total of 575 points, Verstappen secured his third world championship at just 26 years old, leaving everyone wondering just how many more titles he can rack up with Red Bull under his wings.
The good news for Red Bull and their fans is that the Dutchman is locked in for the long haul. He pencilled down the longest contract on the grid, keeping him with the team until at least 2028.
Sergio Perez also proved his worth with two crucial wins in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan, ultimately securing second place in the Driver's Championship. With a new contract tying him to the team until 2024, the Mexican is poised to play a key role in Red Bull's continued success.
Red Bull are set to unveil their 2024 challenger, the RB20, on February 15, officially kicking off their title defence campaign.
The reigning champions will be streaming the event live on their social media platforms and YouTube, offering a glimpse into the car that Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez will pilot in their quest for a historic three-peat.
We will update this article with the stream link as soon as it becomes available. Stay tuned!
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