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Renault R.S.19 F1 2019 car livery launch: video and pictures

Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg form Renault’s driver line-up this season

Renault R.S.19 car livery launch
  • Full team name: Renault F1 Team 
  • 2019 car: the R.S.19 
  • 2019 drivers: #3 Daniel Ricciardo and #27 Nico Hulkenberg 
  • 2018 results: fourth in the constructors’ championship with 122 points

Renault have unveiled the livery for their 2019 Formula 1 season challenger, the R.S.19, which will be Daniel Ricciardo’s first car with the team since he moved from Red Bull.

This season Ricciardo joins Nico Hulkenberg in Renault’s driver line-up and the duo will be aiming to build on the team’s fourth-place finish in the 2018 constructors’ championship standings.

At the launch event on 12 February at their Enstone base in Oxfordshire, Renault’s team principal Cyril Abiteboul said: “We feel ready, we feel it is the right time to show you all what has been going on in the background of the last three years and are extremely proud of. When you walk around Enstone you feel the passion and dedicated to racing.”

The R.S.19 will now head to the track in Barcelona for the first F1 pre-season testing event at the Circuit de Catalunya from 18-21 February.  

Pictures: Renault R.S.19

Renault R.S.19 F1 2019 car livery

Renault/Twitter

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