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Red Bull will run fan-designed liveries at US F1 races

by Valentin Khorounzhiy
2 min read

The Red Bull Formula 1 team will run special liveries in the three USA-based grands prix on the 2023 calendar.

Team principal Christian Horner announced a fan competition dubbed ‘Make Your Mark’ during the launch of the Red Bull RB19 in New York on Friday.

While the car looks set to retain a very familiar Red Bull colour scheme for the season, the three US races will feature fan-designed variations as part of the promotion, run in conjunction with Red Bull title sponsor Oracle.

The website for the campaign says fans will “get the opportunity to design a livery for the side chassis and end plates”.

The winners will be “provided flights, accommodation and a garage tour during the race weekend”.

Red Bull is no stranger to running special liveries, having memorably run the likes of a Star Wars-themed one-off paint job in 2005 and a red-white Honda tribute design in Turkey in 2021.

“It’s going to be a competition, it’s a huge opportunity and we’ve thought long and hard about it – but we know it’s what people want to see,” said Horner.

The competition will first run for the Miami GP, which takes place on May 5-7, with Austin and Las Vegas hosting the 2023 schedule’s other US races in October and November respectively.

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Red Bull has also unveiled an ‘Art Car’ Red Bull RB14 treatment (pictured top and above), designed by artist Mr. Doodle, which will be auctioned off – with the proceeds donated to Red Bull’s Wings for Life charity.

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