However, the team have gained new sponsorship with SportPesa whose blue logo as part of a title sponsorship has helped freshen up the team's livery for the 2019 season. Here are all of the angles of the new look.
The 2019 colour scheme continues with the pink used previous year, at the behest of one of their sponsors, and adds a dark blue, to reflect the colours of a new one.
Stroll, who joined the team last November after two seasons with Williams, said having the launch in his native country was a dream come true.
As with several other teams, the auto shown is not the team's 2019 entry, but the livery is that which will adorn their vehicle - the event labeled by the team as a "livery and identity presentation".
Racing as Force India, the team were excluded from the championship last term after falling into administration, before Stroll bailed them out.
Perez said: "We have stability and strong leadership at the top, which is important because it means I can simply focus on the driving and performance". We all want to start understanding the various aspects of the car's performance; understanding all the mechanical and aerodynamic improvements of the vehicle, our new power unit and make sure our reliability is sound. We've performed well with the resources we have had, but the resources over time will now increase. "We want to be fighting for podiums on merit and aiming for a strong top four finish in the championship".
The former Force India team will now be known as SportPesa Racing Point Formula 1 Team, with the core Racing Point team name remaining in place after plans over the winter to change it.
"The name took us a while", admitted Szafnauer.
Blue has been added to the engine cover and wings for SportPesa, a sports betting company which has signed a "multi-year deal" to become the team's title partner.
Racing Point's actual 2019 auto, to be known as the RP19, will be seen for the first time on the opening day of winter testing at Barcelona on Monday.