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Red Bull to launch new car on February 13th

Red Bull Racing have announced that they will take the covers off their 2019 challenger, the RB15, on February 13th. The Red Bull car is one of the most eagerly anticipated machines ahead of the upcoming season; this is due to the switch from Renault power after more than a decade of partnership with the French marque. Instead, the new Adrian Newey-penned machine will be powered by the Honda power unit which has been in constant development with junior team Toro Rosso throughout 2018. The RB15 will be revealed to the world on February 13th, the same day that Mercedes are set to shakedown their new W10, as well as Racing Point's season launch at the Toronto Auto Show. Red Bull will race...
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