The 2023 F1 season has only one race remaining on the calendar but amidst the hype for the Abu Dhabi GP, Red Bull’s sister team, AlphaTauri has been making quite a few headlines regarding its 2024 campaign. In recent times, it has widely been discussed that the Italian outfit will be called Racing Bulls next year.
While there has been no official confirmation regarding this by Red Bull or AlphaTauri, the latter’s reported logo for next year has been leaked. It is quite similar to Christian Horner’s team and has the bull hallmark on it. The color scheme as per the leaked version is a plain light blackish kind of color.
Since the reveal of the logo, fans all over the world have found it hard to hold their horses and have come on to X to share their views on it. The logo is quite fascinating and while it has not been confirmed yet, the fans of the pinnacle of motor racing have come up with their unique reactions.
Fans reactions to AlphaTauri’s 2024 logo
Looking at the reactions of the fans, it is quite clear that they are not even a tiny bit pleased with AlphaTauri’s new name or the new logo. Moreover, some of the fans are so disappointed with the name that they have even gone on to ask Helmut Marko and Co. to name it Toro Rosso once again.
People gonna start calling them Racing Balls in no time. pic.twitter.com/Nlrq7G4KQk
— vjbk1 (@vernj76) November 22, 2023
Lmaoooo there ain’t now way it got all this hype to be called that 😭😭😭
— Live, Laugh, Love Lando (@BlessedBobby_) November 22, 2023
— SnowySeventyy❄️ (@NineSeventyy) November 22, 2023
Just fucking call it Toro Rosso again
— Daƞ⁴⁴ | LAST RACE WEEK (FUCKING FINALLY) (@downshiftmax) November 22, 2023
— 650kvn (@650kvn) November 22, 2023
The Red Bull-sister team is looking all set to finish 8th in the standings in 2023
While AlphaTauri’s leaked name/logo for 2024 is making immense noise on the web, their 2023 F1 season has not proved as rewarding as they expected it to be coming into the season. With one race remaining, the outfit is currently eighth in the Constructors Championship.
Moreover, seeing how up and down their campaign has proved so far, it seems very unlikely that Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda would be able to propel them further in the standings by the end of the Abu Dhabi GP. Williams is seven points ahead of the Faneza-based team.
— Scuderia AlphaTauri (@AlphaTauriF1) November 21, 2023
But keeping in view how unpredictable the pinnacle of motor racing is, there could arise a scenario during the Abu Dhabi GP where Ricciardo and Tsunoda could score bulk points and ultimately overtake Alex Albon and Co. The seventh-place battle would be highly fascinating at the Yas Marina F1 circuit.