Red Bull Racing's 'Faces for Charity' initiative has been a big success, with fans uploading a total of 30,000 photos to appear on the team's cars at this weekend's British Grand Prix.
With all proceeds from the event going to the Wings for Life charity, Red Bull are now in the final stages of applying the photos to their RB3 cars.
The team had to rush Coulthard's car back to their Milton Keynes factory after the French Grand Prix on Sunday to begin work on his, prior to the arrival of Mark Webber's machine later on. The work will not be finished until Wednesday at the track.
Applying the decal stickers has not been an easy process, with the team keen to ensure that it does not affect the aerodynamics. That is why no stickers have appeared on the front and rear wing, or the leading edges of the car.