Kimi Räikkönen and Antonio Giovinazzi, joined by reserve driver Robert Kubica, have a fairly revised livery for 2021, as Alfa Romeo officially unveiled their 2021 car.
At a launch event in Poland, Alfa Romeo officially revealed their 2021 car, which sees the red-and-white colour scheme remain, albeit slightly revised.
After a difficult 2020 season, Räikkönen and Giovinazzi are optimistic of a better season ahead after their underpowered Ferrari engine left them in a battle at the rear of the grid with the fellow Ferrari-powered Haas F1 Team and Williams.
The Finnish driver heads into his 19th year of Formula One. At 41-years-old, Räikkönen was convinced to sign an extension with the team, despite finishing 2020 in a lowly 16th place.
He’s joined once again by Italian Giovinazzi, who has showed promising signs despite the car not being ‘up-to-scratch’.
With their unchanged line-up, Alfa believes its drivers can secure strong midfield results if they have the required machinery.
The C41 features a changed front nose, however, the majority of the car shares parts with the C39 of 2020.
Full C41 images (Credit: F1/Alfa Romeo)