SHOWS: SALZBURG, AUSTRIA (FEBRUARY 14, 2020) (RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE - SEE RESTRICTIONS)
1. WIDE VIEW OF STAGE, THE NEW ALPHATAURI FORMULA ONE CAR FOR 2020 - THE AT01
2. VARIOUS OF THE AT01 CAR ON PODIUM
3. ALPHATAURI DRIVERS DANIIL KVYAT, PIERRE GASLY AND TEAM PRINCIPAL FRANZ TOST WALK ONTO STAGE
4. VARIOUS KVYAT, GASLY AND TOST STANDING ON STAGE IN FRONT OF CAR
5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALPHATAURI DRIVER DANIIL KVYAT SAYING:
"Tomorrow morning you know I'll take this car for the first time out in Misano so very exciting times. (SPEAKING OUT OF VISION)
"Of course then we go testing for real in Barcelona next week and yeah, the colour is also white, feels very elegant so yeah, very cool times."
6. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALPHATAURI DRIVER PIERRE GASLY SAYING:
"It's just an amazing adventure with Toro Rosso. The last two years have been pretty good, for sure the podium last year in Brazil was yeah, the best race I've had in my career, but of course the target is to repeat this kind of performance as many times as possible and yeah, we will try to do it this year again."
STORY: Red Bull presented AlphaTauri as their rebranded Toro Rosso Formula One team on Friday (February 14) , with a new look but a familiar target for the season ahead.
"We must be within the first five in the constructors' championship," declared team boss Franz Tost at the launch of the white and blue AT01 car at Red Bull's Hangar-7 facility in Salzburg.
Honda-powered Toro Rosso finished sixth overall last year, equalling their best ever performance, and have an unchanged lineup of Russian Daniil Kvyat and Frenchman Pierre Gasly.
Both drivers finished on the podium in 2019.
AlphaTauri is a Red Bull-owned fashion brand established in 2016. The team have raced as Toro Rosso since 2006 when Red Bull took over struggling Minardi.
They have brought through a succession of hungry young talents, including Germany's four times world champion Sebastian Vettel, Australian Daniel Ricciardo and Dutch youngster Max Verstappen.
The new car will hit the track for the first time at Misano in Italy on Saturday, with pre-season testing starting in Barcelona next week.
The name may give some commentators a headache, however, with Alfa Romeo, previously known as Sauber, giving their new car its track debut in Italy on Friday.
The potential for Alpha/Alfa confusion brings back memories of 2011 when there were two teams known as Lotus on the starting grid, each powered by Renault engines.
(Production: Annette Faydenko)