Ferrari has unveiled a new livery that will be used throughout the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend.
Next weekend, F1 will return to the Nevada city for the first time in 41 years however on this occasion, it will compete down the famous Las Vegas strip.
It marks the third race held in the United States after trips to Miami, Florida and Austin, Texas earlier this year.
Ferrari will sport a fresh colour scheme for the event which has roots back to the USA's first 'golden age' with F1 when 19 Grands Prix were held in the country from 1976 to 1984.
Ferrari's success during that period included Niki Lauda's titles in 1975 and 1977, as well as a victory at Watkins Glen in 1975. It also won on American soil with Carlos Reutemann and Clay Regazzoni.
The Italian squad described that “in those days, there was a lot of white alongside the red in the Ferrari livery.
“This year, for the return to Las Vegas, the Scuderia decided to reprise it, producing an entirely red and white-only livery for the SF-23.”
Ferrari enters the race weekend around the Las Vegas street circuit hoping to repeat its performance from the Singapore event earlier this season.
It marks the only occasion that Red Bull has been defeated so far, with Carlos Sainz securing his second victory in F1.
The Grand Prix in Las Vegas will have a different schedule to normal weekends, as it hosts F1's first Saturday race for almost 40 years.