McLaren have unveiled a striking one-off livery for the 2021 F1 season finale, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The team and partner BAT's brand Vuse revealed the special look, which was designed by UAE-based artist Rabab Tantawy as part of the Driven by Change campaign.
Driven by Change offers a platform for emerging creatives to showcase their work to a global audience through motorsport.
Tantawy's artwork was inspired by her passion for art and representing togetherness, and was created together with automotive media designer Davide Virdis.
The design - which will run on Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo's cars throughout the weekend in Abu Dhabi - features Tantawy's distinctive Nubian Series blended with the famous papaya and blue colours of McLaren.
This also marks the first time that a female artist from the Middle East has designed a bespoke Formula 1 livery.
Watch the design being unveiled in the video below!
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