The car was presented at the Royal Automobile Club in London and even though its not the definitive chassis, the car does feature the 2019-style aerodynamics, especially the front wing.
“We’re absolutely over the moon to be in Formula 1,” said Rich Energy CEO William Storey. “It’s a perfect platform for our brand.”
“We’re looking forward to taking Red Bull on, on and off the track, and challenging them. We’ve got a perfect partner in Haas who I believe are the best-run team on the grid and we’ve got an awful lot in common as organisations.”
The American-owned, British-based squad is heading into its fourth full season in Formula 1. It has worked its way up the constructors’ championship standings during its first three seasons, rising to fifth last season.