Haas have become the first team to reveal their 2020 challenger with digital renders showing a new livery.
The VF-20, which will again be piloted by Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, is set to make it’s real life debut on the morning of the first per-season test on the 19th February.
The most noticeable new feature is the new livery which has been chanced following Haas and Rich Energy’s split mid way through last season. It does however keep some of the design from 2019 with a black base and added some of their previous colours.
The VF-20, like many cars this year will be an evolution on 2019 as the teams prepare for the 2021’s regulation change.
“I’m pleased to see the car return to the more familiar Haas Automation colors, it’s certainly a livery that people identify with,” said Gene Haas in a press release. “Frankly, I’m hoping the VF-20 will return us to the kind of form we ran in 2018 when we finished fifth in the constructors’ championship.
Official Car launch dates are as follows:
11 Feb- Ferrari
12 Feb- Red Bull, Renault
13 Feb- Mclaren
14 Feb- Alpha Tauri, Mercedes
17 Feb- Racing Point, Williams
19 Feb- Alfa Romeo, Haas