Red Bull reveal wild RB19 liveries designed by F1 fans

Thomas Maher
Red Bull Miami GP livery design. April 2023

Red Bull Miami GP livery design. April 2023

Red Bull have shown off some of the unique livery designs submitted by fans ahead of the Miami Grand Prix.

At the launch of the Red Bull RB19, the team announced that the livery run on their car at three Grands Prix this season will be designed by fans.

The races held in America, Miami, Texas, and Las Vegas, will see Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez race in a very different-looking RB19, with the fan competition inviting fans to ‘Make Your Mark’ by coming up with unique livery designs for submission.

Ahead of the Miami Grand Prix on May 7th, Red Bull have now shared some of the initial entries, showcasing renders of the RB19 with some crazy liveries emblazoned – all of which are making the car look very colourful! recommends

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Speaking at the launch of the RB19 and the livery competition, team boss Christian Horner outlined the reasons for getting the fans involved in the design and appearance of the car.

“For the three US races that we have this year, for the first time ever, we’re going to get the fans involved to create the livery for those three races,” he said.

“It’s going to be a competition, it’s a huge opportunity and we’ve thought long and hard about it. We know it’s what people want to see – to get involved – and this is your chance to be able to do that.

“For the first US race in May in Miami, the competition is to get involved and come up with some interesting liveries.

“There will be then a panel of judges and we’ll pick out the best and most striking ones for these three races.”

However, while Red Bull have showcased these initial liveries, none of them are the final product that will be used for the race at the Miami Autodrome – the Miami Grand Prix will be held on Sunday, May 7th.