As Formula 1 returns to Austin for its second of three visits to the United States this year, the drivers and teams have brought an array of eye-catching helmet and livery designs for the weekend at the Circuit of The Americas.

    Check out the round-up of all the unique and one-off designs below...


    It’s a home event for the US-led Haas and the squad are dressing up for the occasion. The cars of Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg are sporting a ‘Stars & Stripes’ design.

    READ MORE: Haas share special car livery and upgrade plans for home Grand Prix in Austin

    Haas are running a special livery at the United States Grand Prix


    The weekend is also a local one for Williams driver Logan Sargeant, and the outfit have brought a special livery of their own to COTA.

    READ MORE: Behind the scenes with Logan Sargeant: Williams' rookie on returning to Austin and his targets for the rest of 2023

    Red Bull

    Over at Red Bull, the RB19 is running a fan-designed look which adds a touch of red, white and blue to the chassis.

    READ MORE: Red Bull reveal fan-designed stars-and-stripes livery for United States Grand Prix

    AUSTIN, TEXAS - OCTOBER 20: Sergio Perez of Mexico driving the (11) Oracle Red Bull Racing RB19 in
    Red Bull are running a fan-designed look on the RB19 in Austin

    Charles Leclerc

    The United States Grand Prix marks a special anniversary for Charles Leclerc, with the weekend being his 100th with Ferrari. Unfortunately the Monegasque didn’t remember this, and will instead sport a green helmet inspired by American football.

    READ MORE: Leclerc admits surprise at Ferrari's pace after taking pole position for United States GP

    Lando Norris

    It is also a milestone event for Lando Norris, who will compete in his 100th F1 race start. The Briton’s lid will feature the same number of stickers to mark the occasion.

    READ MORE: Norris concedes a 'few mistakes' cost him pole after qualifying second in Austin

    Carlos Sainz

    After being unable to take the start last time out in Qatar, Carlos Sainz will be hoping for better luck this weekend. The Spaniard has brought an Austin-inspired helmet to COTA.

    READ MORE: Leclerc says fifth was the best he could do in Qatar as Sainz laments 'cruel' fuel leak that ruled him out of the race

    Pierre Gasly

    Alpine driver Pierre Gasly’s helmet design pays tribute to French racing driver François Cevert, who lost his life while competing at Watkins Glen for the Tyrell F1 team in 1973.