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Formula 1 Las Vegas GP

F1 teams reveal special Las Vegas GP liveries

Formula 1 teams have rolled out a series of fresh liveries for the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix.

Scuderia AlphaTauri AT04 Las Vegas livery

With interest in F1 having been fanned by the return of grand prix racing to Las Vegas, several teams have announced plans to race in different colours.

Last week Ferrari revealed it was switching to a red-and-white colour scheme that paid homage to what it had raced with during the 1970s – the last era when F1 enjoyed such a boom in the USA.

Now, Red Bull has revealed the third of its 'Make Your Mark' campaign liveries that has seen it race in different liveries for each of the three USA GPs that have taken place this year.

The Las Vegas switch is the first time that the entirety of the RB19 has been taken over by new paintwork, which has a purple base and gives the impression of yellow and pink neon lights flashing down the car.

Red Bull Racing RB19 Las Vegas GP livery

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Red Bull Racing RB19 Las Vegas GP livery

Williams has revamped its car to feature a livery that features a design making use of the famous 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign across the engine cover and rear wing endplates.

It also features vibrant blue Williams lettering along the length of the engine cover.

Williams FW45 Las Vegas GP livery

Photo by: Williams

Williams FW45 Las Vegas GP livery

Alpine too is running a one-off livery for the Las Vegas weekend as the result of a collaboration it has with skate and streetwear brand Palace.

As well as the official suits of drivers Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon, plus the team's pitcrew, being reworked, the team's A523 car will run in tweaked colours.

Speaking about its collaboration, Palace said: "We are so hyped to be kitting out BWT Alpine F1 Team's car, drivers and pit crew for the Las Vegas Grand Prix: a street race at night in one of the most mental and beautiful places on Earth."

Alpine A523, Las Vegas GP   livery

Photo by: Alpine

Alpine A523, Las Vegas GP livery

F1 is returning to Las Vegas for the first time in 40 years, with a new track that runs through the downtown area.

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There is a long straight that runs along the Strip, while the circuit will also work its way around the iconic Sphere that has grabbed interest in recent weeks.

Alfa Romeo unveiled its special livery at a presentation at the Aria Hotel on Wednesday, revealing an all-black livery with references to Vegas' gambling industry.

"Inspired by the Entertainment Capital of the World, this special livery is a nod to one of Las Vegas’s most famous activities, with special touches on its standout red, black and gold playing cards," the team said.

Meanwhile, AlphaTauri’s new paintjob will feature in Vegas and the Abu Dhabi season finale. The so-called ‘speed streaks’ - which riff on cars reflecting the floodlights at F1 night races - adorning the engine cover tie in with the fashion brand’s new clothing collection.

Alfa Romeo C43 Las Vegas GP livery

Photo by: Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo C43 Las Vegas GP livery

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