In stark contrast to Tuesday's Ferrari launch, which was a particularly lively and bombastic affair, Red Bull unceremoniously dropped its 2020 Formula 1 car, the RB16, with no real fanfare at all.
The no-fuss nature of an online launch with a shakedown later in the day has become de rigueur in modern F1, and perhaps underlines Red Bull's willingness to partake in the formalities before getting on with the serious work at hand. Having turned around its form in 2019 after starting the season with a somewhat tricky car to manage, Red Bull has the platform to make a more concerted push for silverware this year.
Having used the tail end of 2019 to put some developments on the road, the Red Bull package seems to have responded well to the inclusion of a Ferrari-inspired front wing. The tiny split in the middle wing element has been removed from last year's design to let the top element extend all the way down, creating a slight change in how the tip vortices are formed.