Racing Point has confirmed the date for the revealing of its 2020 car ahead of the new Formula 1 season.
The launch will take place on February 17 at the headquarters of water tech sponsor BWT in Mondsee, Austria.
This year marks the second season the team races under the Racing Point banner having taken over the reigns of Force India midway through 2018.
The Silverstone-based outfit is now owned by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, who led a consortium to save it from administration.
The driver line-up remains unchanged from 2019, with Sergio Perez, who committed his future to the team until 2022, racing alongside Stroll’s son Lance.
In its first campaign as a fully-fledged outfit, Racing Point finished a lowly seventh in the constructors’ standings, finishing a best of fourth at the German Grand Prix.
It is the sixth F1 team to announce the date of its car launch, and is currently due to unveil its 2020 livery later than its rivals.