Mclaren has revealed a special livery design that they will be using for the upcoming races in the Singapore and Japanese Grand Prix, celebrating Formula 1’s return to the Asian content.
After the 2020 and 2021 races at Marina Bay and Suzuka were cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, both venues are back on the calendar for the 2022 season with a double-header sequence over the next two weekends.
To mark the occasion, McLaren worked with team partner and crypto exchange company, OKX to create a bespoke ‘Future Mode’ livery for the MCL36.
With the car’s usual colour scheme dominated by papaya, the new livery adds neon pink embellishments as well as cyberpunk-inspired engine illustrations.
In addition to both McLaren cars having a livery change, it will also be reflected on the race suits worn by Norris and Ricciardo.