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Renault Has Launched The R.S.19 With A Livery Almost Identical To Last Year’s Car

There’s a ton of hype around Renault this year – not only has Daniel Ricciardo moved to the team but along with Nico Hulkenberg, the team surely has one of the strong driver pairings on the entire grid.

After finishing fourth in the constructors’ championship last year the team is aiming to make further progress and bridge the gap to the top three – and here’s the car it’s hoping to do it with, the R.S.19.

Since 2016, Renault has slowly evolved its black and yellow design and last year’s livery was good that the team has evidently decided to stick with it.

There are all the usual 2019 changes to the wings and, like every other team we’ve seen so far, it’s probably not entirely representative of the actual R.S.19 that will be seen in testing next week.

So, of the four launches so far, we’ve seen new liveries for Haas and Williams, while Toro Rosso and Renault have stuck with the same – a good thing, considering they were probably the best looking cars on the grid last season, too. What will we see from the rest of the teams as launch week plays out?

Renault Has Launched The R.S.19 With A Livery Almost Identical To Last Year’s Car

There’s a ton of hype around Renault this year – not only has Daniel Ricciardo moved to the team but along with Nico Hulkenberg, the team surely has one of the strong driver pairings on the entire grid.

After finishing fourth in the constructors’ championship last year the team is aiming to make further progress and bridge the gap to the top three – and here’s the car it’s hoping to do it with, the R.S.19.

Since 2016, Renault has slowly evolved its black and yellow design and last year’s livery was good that the team has evidently decided to stick with it.

There are all the usual 2019 changes to the wings and, like every other team we’ve seen so far, it’s probably not entirely representative of the actual R.S.19 that will be seen in testing next week.

So, of the four launches so far, we’ve seen new liveries for Haas and Williams, while Toro Rosso and Renault have stuck with the same – a good thing, considering they were probably the best looking cars on the grid last season, too. What will we see from the rest of the teams as launch week plays out?

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