THE 2010 F1 championship is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in years, and continuing the past month's unveilings, Red Bull has this week revealed the 2010 Red Bull RB6 F1 race car.
As with many of the cars on the grid this year, the RB6 - designed by Adrian Newey - is an evolution of the successful pace-setting RB5 from the 2009 series.
Changes to the car appear minimal, although a sharper V-nose figures among the stand-out updates, along with a more complex front wing design to complement the double-diffuser at the rear.
The now common shark-fin engine cover sits over the RB6's Renault-supplied engine and, as with its peers, changes have been made to accommodate a larger fuel tank.
Red Bull skipped last week's pre-season test at Valencia, giving the team's engineers more time to develop the car that Webber and championship-hopeful Vettel will take into the 2010 season.