Red Bull has revealed the special livery it will use for this weekend’s Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The first example of this was at May’s Miami Grand Prix, which featured pink and blue banner stripes going from the front to the rear of the car via the sidepods. For October’s United States Grand Prix there were stars and stripes, inspired by the nation’s flag, adorning the sides of the car.
For this weekend’s Las Vegas Grand Prix there was a shortlist of 10 designs that made it to a vote, all using Las Vegas’s night lights or gambling sector as inspiration. The winning design was created by Lindsay Palmer from the UK.
“Congratulations to Lindsay, who really put Vegas’ iconic stamp on the design, capturing the energy and excitement of both the city and the team,” said team principal Christian Horenr.
“[I’m] very much looking forward to seeing it racing around the streets of Las Vegas. From what I have seen on the sim though, that long straight is an incredibly fast one, so you are going to have to keep a close eye on things as the cars fly past under the bright lights of the Strip.
“It is going to be a special race made even more special by celebrating with a fan-designed livery as we head into the final US race of the season.”
Half the Formula 1 grid have confirmed they will use revised liveries for the series’ first race on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit this weekend. Red Bull join Ferrari, Alpine, Williams and Alfa Romeo.
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