Red Bull to race with fan-designed liveries at three US-based Grands Prix in 2023
Reigning champions Red Bull will run fan-designed custom liveries on their recently-unveiled RB19 at all three Grands Prix in the United States this season, the team revealed on Friday.
The special paint schemes will be run by Red Bull in the races at Miami, Austin, and Las Vegas – with fans able to submit their designs for Miami right now.
During the launch of their brand-new RB19 challenger, with two-time champion Max Verstappen, his team mate Sergio Perez and reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo watching on, Team Principal Christian Horner announced the initiative as part of a competition called ‘Make Your Mark’.
“This is very much about getting the fans involved in the livery and the look of the car,” said Horner. “So, for the three US races that we have this year, for the first time ever we’re going to get the fans involved to create the livery for those three races.
"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, to be able to get involved, and this is your chance to be able to do that.
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“So, for the first... US race in May, in Miami, the competition opens I think today [on Friday], and to get involved and come up with some interesting liveries there will be a panel of judges and we’ll pick out the best and most striking ones for these three iconic races.”
Red Bull have stated that the livery will be displayed on the “side chassis and end plate” of their RB19s.
To be in with a chance of seeing your design on the RB19, enter the competition via Red Bull’s website.