Suzuka GP: the new McLaren livery

There are just a few days left until the big moment we are all waiting for, the return to the Circuit for the Suzuka GP and McLaren is ready to enter the track showing off its new livery!

The world of Formula 1 is full of great opportunities and sometimes these opportunities also arise for all those people who, with the world of motors and racing, they have absolutely nothing to do with it. On the occasion of Driven By Changean event from the Formula 1 season that has now come to its own fourth editiona collaboration was born between McLaren and the Vuse brand, to create a customized livery on the occasion of the Suzuka GP, hoping to make the difference after the Melbourne GP where Carlos Sainz arrived in pole position. McLaren will participate in the Suzuka GP showcasing the potential of the Japanese freelance artist the spleen. This livery among other things is to promote the art and creativity of all young and unknown artists, offering them the opportunity to become more famous and thus build their career as artists.

Suzuka GP: McLaren flies as fierce as a dragon!

The livery they customized for the McLaren car for the Suzuka Grand Prix, in addition to the classic orange and black colours, is also covered with blue and white. These colors give an air of charm and liveliness to the single-seater, the style in fact refers to the Edomoji. The Edomoji is one Japanese traditional calligraphy which the artist merges with the art of modern culture and in this case the art is used to represent the speed of a Formula 1 car in the form of a dragon running in the clouds. A way to symbolize his power and aggression, which the team will have the opportunity to show once on the track.

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