F1 Miami Grand Prix: VCARB Reveals Striking 'Chameleon' livery Ahead of Florida Race

Before the inaugural American race of the 2024 season, the Visa Cash App RB team unveiled the vibrant "Chameleon" livery that will adorn the cars of Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo at the upcoming Miami Grand Prix.

By Divyam Dubey | on May 2, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

RB Formula 1 has just debuted an exclusive livery for the upcoming Miami Grand Prix, showcasing a striking transformation of their VCARB01 car. Dubbed the "chameleon livery," it draws its cues from the well-liked prepaid debit card provided by Cash App, one of their main partners. The team has redesigned the car's livery, keeping the distinctive blue and silver tones on the engine cover and the red and white accents on the wings. There is a vivid spectrum of teal, pink, orange, and yellow from the tip of the nose to the rear wing endplates. As a radical departure in the midfield, this multicoloured outfit is meant to help make the newly renamed squad stand out among the competition.

RB CEO Peter Bayer said: 'Visa Cash App RB’s Chameleon Card livery is the perfect colour scheme for our first race in the US. Since the team’s Las Vegas launch in February, we’ve taken some big steps forward, and we’re bringing fans on an exciting new journey. That desire to progress and connect is shared with Visa and Cash App who are bringing people together in the sport through experiences that are unlike anything else out there. This incredible livery and the events surrounding its launch here in Miami demonstrate their commitment to the team and F1, and we can’t wait to see the Chameleon VCARB 01 in action this weekend.'

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Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo will race in the striking livery on their VCARB01 car this weekend at the Miami Grand Prix. As a city renowned for its street art scene, this location provided the setting for Bayer's debut, the first of several off-circuit projects the team had promised.

F1: Ferrari to Run Special Livery

In Miami, there is another team displaying distinctive liveries than RB. Ferrari is celebrating its 70th anniversary in North America with a unique design. With blue highlights on the front and back wings and more bodywork details, the revealed livery keeps Ferrari's iconic red as the dominant colour. 

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The team will also formally rename itself as "Scuderia Ferrari HP," and the drivers' race outfits and the cars will both prominently feature the logo of the computing company. Hewlett Packard's introduction as their newest title sponsor coincides with this unveiling.

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