Williams has become the latest team to reveal a special livery for this weekend’s Las Vegas Grand PrixLas Vegas Strip Circuit, which is the third round of the season to take place in the USA.
Williams is US-owned and runs the only American driver competing in F1 – Logan Sargeant. Their special livery is designed to invoke the ‘Welcome to Las Vegas’ sign and the city’s distinctive lights.
The team won one of the two previous F1 races held in Las Vegas. Alan Jones won the inaugural Caesars’ Palace Grand Prix in 1981 on a day of mixed fortunes for the team as its other driver, Carlos Reutemann, lost the world championship to rival Nelson Piquet.
Williams joins four other teams in modifying the look of their cars for F1’s newest race. Ferrari have already revealed the revised livery they will use for the Las Vegas Grand Prix. Alpine have subtly revised their look, Red Bull will sport the latest in their series of designs customised by fans and Alfa Romeo will present a special livery on Wednesday.
Picture: Williams’ Las Vegas Grand Prix livery
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