Red Bull confirm livery changes for three F1 races


Red Bull has confirmed that it will again run three fan-designed liveries at grands prix during the current F1 season.

The Milton Keynes-based outfit opened up a design competition last season, with the winning entries adorning the RB19s at the Miami, United States and Las Vegas Grands Prix.

But in a change for the new year, F1’s championship-winning constructor has partnered with REBL CUSTMS to help make the competition more accessible to all that want to enter.

The RB20 will be fully customisable with ‘a series of patterns, which take inspiration from the team’s historic special liveries’, whilst bespoke colours and stickers have been created for fans to join in Red Bull’s 20-year anniversary celebrations.

With ‘unique sticker packs’ to be unlocked on Red Bull’s ‘The Paddock’ platform, each limited edition look will be created for each race.

With five shortlisted entries per race, fans will then be tasked with choosing which will be the winner and used by Red Bull on track. The winners will be given an all-expenses paid trackside trip for them and a plus one.

Red Bull chief marketing officer Olly Hughes said: “In our 20th year in Formula 1 we wanted our fans to be able to engage with the team more than ever before, ensuring that they are at the heart of our celebrations.

“We learned lessons from 2023 and wanted to make REBL CUSTMS a creative, yet accessible and simple way to customise our car, to give as many fans as possible a chance to be part of the Team’s history.

“We are continuing to use The Paddock to bring our biggest supporters closer to the track and CUSTMS is another example of finding new and interesting ways of doing this.”

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