Red Bull Unveils RB20 with ‘Stallion Red Makeover’ for the British Grand Prix

Red Bull has unveiled a unique “Stallion Red makeover” livery for the British Grand Prix, the first of the team’s 2024 fan-designed color schemes.

Following last year’s fan-made liveries, the ‘REBL CUSTMS’ campaign has continued this season, with one-of-a-kind liveries designed for the British, Singapore, and Austin races.

Red Bull Racing Celebrates Twentieth Race at Silverstone with Special  Livery -

Red Bull reveals British GP livery.Chalaj Suvanish of Thailand designed the Silverstone livery, which has been dubbed “Stallion Red”.

The new livery, inspired by the team’s 2015 ‘Camo Bull’, which debuted during pre-season testing, will be seen on both Red Bull cars driven by Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez at Silverstone.


“Following the success of our customised fan liveries last year, we are proud to be running fan designed liveries once again on our cars for 2024,” said Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.

“REBL CUSTMS has given our most dedicated supporters a unique canvas in the RB20, and The Paddock has brought their vision to reality. Our fans are at the center of all we do, and I am delighted that they can play such a vital role in our journey.


“I watched all of the entries come in, and it’s fantastic to see The Paddock members’ ingenuity and imagination brought to life in such an expressive way.

“In our 20th season in the sport, it is a timely tribute to years gone by and I can’t wait to see the RED Bull charge out at Silverstone this weekend.”

But it’s not just the livery that will be changing at Silverstone; Red Bull will also unveil many new parts for the RB20.

With rival teams, most notably McLaren, narrowing the gap on Red Bull as the RB20 struggles with kerbs and bumps, the team has taken attempts to address the issue.


Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko told Kleine Zeitung: “We’ve been dealing with these issues since China, and you get to a point where you don’t know where they came from.”

“Mercedes has suffered with this for a long time, and Aston Martin is struggling with it right now. But we weren’t used to it previously.

“We don’t know where the technology or simulator divides theory and reality.