With the dust still not settling from the end of last season, Red Bull Racing has lifted the curtain on their new F1 2022 championship contender.
Keen to wrestle the constructors' crown away from Mercedes after eight years of dominance, would the Milton Keynes team reveal any visual changes to the four-wheeled energy drink can we've all come to know and love?
Unveiled in classic Red Bull larger-than-life style, Max Verstappen drove a 2016 Red Bull through the streets of Milton Keynes and around the Red Bull factory, pulling off a few donuts on the way!
The second team to lift the lid on their 2022 car, after Haas, Red Bull hasn't surprised anyone and returned their classic livery for another season.
As expected for 2022, the Honda sponsorships disappeared and were replaced with Oracle who step in as a title sponsor, making the team Oracle Red Bull Racing.
The car places the classic Red Bull look on the 2022 design, with that sweeping sidepod, newly profiled wings, and the front winglets acting as covers.
We can't wait to see it in action!
Codemasters is yet to confirm the next instalment of the official Formula 1 video game, but we know it is coming.
The yearly release is arguably the best annual title in gaming, regardless of genre. After the success of F1 2021 we don't expect Codies to try and revolutionise a formula that is clearly working.
Fans should circle mid-July in their calendar for a potential release date.