Sauber has revealed the slightly tweaked livery that will be run on its updated C34 for the first pre-season Formula 1 test at Barcelona on Monday.
The Hinwil-based outfit is not launching its new car until the second test on March 1, having elected not to change its original construction schedule plans when the calendar changed.
It means that Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson will be the only team running an updated version of last year's car for this week's first test.
On Sunday, the team released images of the colour scheme it will be running, which retains the blue, yellow and white livery it ran in 2015.
However, there appear to be new sponsors on the rear wing – including IFS.
Broadcaster CNBC, which announced a partnership with Sauber over the winter, has also got a big presence there too.