Red Bull has unveiled a new one-sided livery for the Turkish Grand Prix as a departure gift for Honda.
Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez will drive around the circuit in a white Red Bull car, not their traditional blue and yellow.
Those colors are still on the unique design, but its striking white base color pays homage to the Honda cars of past F1 seasons.
Driver numbers are also placed on the red circle backdrop – a reference to the flag of Japan.
And the body also includes the word ‘arigetto’ – Japanese for ‘thank you’.
Sister team AlphaTauri is also set to be Honda’s partner from 2019 with the message on their cars.
F1 bids farewell to Honda at the end of the current season after a gap of seven years.
The Japanese manufacturer acted as a power unit supplier for several different teams – the first being a collaboration with McLaren between 2015-2017.
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Toro Rosso was previously a partner with Honda and Red Bull took them on in 2019, and has had a lot of success since then.
Red Bull will be hoping to send Honda out with a bang by securing the F1 championship with Verstappen.
It would also be fair to see the new white car claim victory at the Turkish GP on Sunday.
And with Lewis Hamilton starting at the back of the grid after scoring a penalty, it’s certainly a reality.