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McLaren unveil striking new livery for upcoming races

The McLaren F1 cars will look a little different at the forthcoming Asian double-header, with the team set to run a special livery at the Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix.

McLaren have revealed a new-look livery which will be carried on their cars during the double-header of races in Asia.

The team and their sponsor OKX unveiled the bespoke livery ahead of the forthcoming Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix. Known for their signature papaya colour, the Woking-based squad's challenger will feature neon pink embellishments and cyberpunk-inspired engine illustrations for the next two races.

According to McLaren, the so-called Future Mode livery is a nod to "the emergence of new technologies from the region", as well as offering a "look to the future inspired by the cityscapes" of the two countries.

The design will also be carried on the race suits of drivers Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo.

Check out McLaren's special new livery in the pictures below!

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