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McLaren show off their one-off livery for the Japanese Grand Prix

On the eve of this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, McLaren have shown off their one-off livery that has been created in cooperation with their sponsor BAT’s brand Vuse and has been designed by Japanese artist MILTZ. Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will race with a special liveried MCL38 this weekend with the colour scheme having been designed by MILTZ. His artwork has been inspired by Edomoji, a traditional Japanese calligraphy, which he has fused with modern art and culture. With the special livery, McLaren continues its campaign named Driven by Change for the fourth F1 season. The campaign targets to celebrate 'emerging creatives through the global motorsport platform, providing...
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