Red Bull has signed 14-year-old American driver Jak Crawford to its Formula 1 junior programme, and has also revealed where its other proteges will race in 2020.
Crawford finished seventh in the USF2000 championship last year, and has received Red Bull backing for a move to Europe and will join Van Amersfoort Racing in German and Italian F4 for 2020.
Red Bull's headline-grabbing, FIA Formula 3-graduating juniors had already been confirmed in their 2020 seats, with Juri Vips joining Team Mugen in Super Formula and Yuki Tsunoda joining Carlin in Formula 2 for 2020.
Japanese driver Tsunoda - a race winner in the Toyota Racing Series this year - is also a Honda junior, and Vips is close to achieving a superlicence, which would make the highly-rated Estonian eligible for an F1 seat.
Another driver who debuted in FIA F3 last year, 2019 Toyota Racing Series champion Liam Lawson, has kept his Red Bull status and moves from MP Motorsport to the Hitech Grand Prix FIA F3 squad Vips drove with to fight for the title in 2019.
Lawson is also defending his TRS title over the next month and leads the 2020 points standings.
Joining Lawson at Hitech is fellow Red Bull junior and Norwegian Dennis Hauger, who won the Italian F4 Championship last year and remains with Red Bull for his third season in car racing.
Also in a third season of cars is Australian driver Jack Doohan, the son of motorcycle legend Mick.
Doohan had already been confirmed in an FIA F3 seat with HWA, and remains with the Red Bull programme for another season.
Jonny Edgar, 15, is the only Brit on Red Bull's junior scheme books, and will join Crawford at VAR for German and Italian F4.