RacingNews365.com asked, and you have spoken! In a poll asking which of the three special liveries for the British Grand Prix was the best, McLaren has emerged victorious.
The Woking-based team has added chrome to the base papaya livery as a hark back to its last F1 World Championship victory in 2008, when Lewis Hamilton was at the wheel alongside Heikki Kovalainen.
Williams also adjusted its livery in celebration of its 800th race - though that milestone will be achieved at the Hungarian Grand Prix after Imola's cancellation due to flooding earlier in the season.
The third team to change was Aston Martin, though the Silverstone-based outfit's one-off livery only includes a subtle nod to a new partnership with Valvoline announced ahead of the weekend.
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McLaren was chosen by you as the best of the livery changes with 35.31 percent of the vote, with Aston Martin only narrowly pipping Williams to second place.
The AMR23's change secured 21.13 percent of the vote share, compared to 21.05 percent for Grove-based Williams.
15.98 percent of you indicated other team's cars had caught your eyes, whilst 6.53 percent wished no changes had been made to the usual liveries McLaren, Aston Martin and Williams run across the rest of the season.
Do you agree with Toto Wolff's opposition to a potential 11th team joining the F1 grid? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and by voting in the poll!