McLaren has unveiled a striking livery that it will use for the Monaco and Spanish Grands Prix double-header as part of their 60th anniversary year celebrations.
The livery coincides with their Indy 500 cars which pay tribute to the 'triple crown' in motorsport, including a throwback to the orange and white Marlboro paint scheme used then Alan Prost won the 1984 Monaco GP.
The livery also embraces wins at the 1974 Indy 500 with Johnny Rutherford and the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans with JJ Lehto, Yannick Dalmas and Masanori Sekiya.
The team will run the special livery around the streets of Monaco and at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the Spanish Grand Prix.
“Having achieved the greatest accomplishment in motorsport by completing the Triple Crown, we are proud to celebrate the rich history of McLaren Racing with a special livery at the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix," said CEO Zak Brown.
“In line with our 60th anniversary celebrations and honouring the legacy of Bruce McLaren, the unique livery pays homage to the three victories which form the Triple Crown accolade.”
Lando Norris, who achieved a podium for the team at Monaco in 2021, is looking forward to the celebrations.
He added: “McLaren have an impressive record in Monte Carlo and on a personal level to have experienced a podium at the 2021 race was a huge honour. We’ll be racing hard in a great looking car to celebrate Bruce McLaren and the team’s amazing legacy.”
Check out the livery below.
In pictures: McLaren 'triple crown' livery
Take a closer look at the special 'triple crown' livery from McLaren to commemorate their 60th anniversary.View the album