The new looks debuted in Friday practice at the Circuit de Catalunya.
The gateway to the European leg of the F1 season, Barcelona traditionally hosts the first substantial round of car upgrades each year.
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has described the RB14’s new design as “pretty crazy”.
Sky F1 analyst Mark Hughes tweeted: “Red Bull looks to have completed a massive upgrade, with re-sited radiators and reprofiled sidepods.”
But the revised car suffered the worst possible debut when Ricciardo crashed out at the start of Practice One after losing control at Turn Four. However, team boss Christian Horner later clarified that Ricciardo had been running the car’s old front-wing when he hit the track barriers.
He recovered in the second and final practice session on Friday night as Red Bull finished the session with Ricciardo recording the second-quickest lap and Max Verstappen setting the third-quickest lap behind Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton.
It’s extremely early days for the new-look upgrades across the Formula 1 grid — here’s how they all look after their first run in Spain.
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