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McLaren unveils ‘stealth mode’ livery for Singapore, Japan – EAST AUTO NEWS

McLaren unveils ‘stealth mode’ livery for Singapore, Japan


McLaren will run a particular ‘stealth mode’ livery within the Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix with its common shade scheme reversed to change into primarily black with papaya particulars.

The revised design has been devised in partnership with workforce sponsor OKX, and can be described as a part of the workforce’s ongoing sixtieth birthday celebrations that has introduced a number of livery modifications to date this season.

“Our partnership with OKX goes from power to power, and it’s unbelievable to have a good time it with this unimaginable livery,” workforce principal Zak Brown mentioned. “Stealth Mode flips our race automotive’s colours, bringing one thing thrilling and totally different to those two nice races in Singapore and Japan.

“We hope followers will adore it as a lot as we do and get an opportunity to benefit from the fan zone to attach with our workforce. OKX are a devoted supporter of McLaren’s journey, and in flip we’re proud to convey our partnership to life on observe by way of the worldwide platform of Formulation 1.”

OKX chief advertising and marketing officer Haider Rafique says the livery is reflective of the partnership with McLaren, because the workforce goes in quest of a 3rd podium in six races this weekend.

“Success on the observe, and within the Web3 world, is simply doable by way of teamwork, creativity and innovation,” Rafique mentioned. “Stealth Mode is impressed by these frequent rules. It’s additionally a approach for us to have a good time the return of F1 to the Asia Pacific area, which is the epicentre of Web3 in some ways. As Stealth Mode hits the observe this weekend we want one of the best of luck to Lando and Oscar in what we hope will likely be a powerful performing MCL60.”

McLaren unveils ‘stealth mode’ livery for Singapore, Japan – EAST AUTO NEWS
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