McLaren reveal ‘Stealth Mode’ car livery for Singapore and Japan races


McLaren will use a new livery design at the upcoming back-to-back Grand Prix weekends in Singapore and Japan as the team continue to celebrate their 60th birthday year on and off the track.

Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will contest the two races with what has been described as a ‘Stealth Mode’ scheme, switching McLaren’s usual colourway and augmenting black against their classic papaya trim.

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The livery has been co-designed by McLaren and OKX, a Web3 technology company and official partner of the Woking squad, representing how both brands “strive for excellence, while embracing change and innovation”.

Alongside the livery, a limited edition t-shirt will be made available through the McLaren Store, and at a limited giveaway for attendees of Token2049, the Web3 conference taking place in Singapore prior to the race.

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A closer look at the special livery McLaren will use in Singapore and Japan

OKX will also host a McLaren-themed fan zone, OKX Race Club, at Chijmes, Singapore, from Thursday September 14 to Sunday September 17, featuring a Stealth Mode show car, racing simulators, giveaways and special guests over the weekend.

“Our partnership with OKX goes from strength to strength, and it’s fantastic to celebrate it with this incredible livery,” commented McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.

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“Stealth Mode flips our race car’s colours, bringing something exciting and different to these two great races in Singapore and Japan. We hope fans will love it as much as we do and get a chance to enjoy the fan zone to connect with our team.”

McLaren head into this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix holding fifth position in the constructors’ standings, behind Aston Martin, Ferrari, Mercedes and leaders Red Bull.



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