Date: 3rd March 2015 at 10:03am
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Red Bull Racing has confirmed that their unique black and white camouflage livery has been dropped ahead of the new 2015 Formula One World Championship.

The camouflage livery, which had a likeness to one of former Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel’s helmet designs, was used throughout all three winter tests in Jerez and Barcelona.

It had become quite popular with some Formula One spectators, but Red Bull Racing has confirmed that they will revert back to their more traditional racing colours of dark blue ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.

?It’s not the first alternative livery we’ve used and doubtless won’t be the last – but we’ve made our mark in the last ten years in dark blue, and in dark blue we’ll remain. a Red Bull Racing statement read on

‘Those are the racing colours in which we’ve achieved great things. We’re not the most traditional of F1 teams, but like the rest of the sport, we value heritage.

?(The livery) has changed a lot over the years but the central themes remain constant ? and we’re very proud that it’s become so instantly recognisable. It should see us through a good few years to come.?