Red Bull’s championship-leading F1 car will feature additional flashes of red paint across the car at the British Grand Prix.

Red Bull has opened up fan competitions to design some of the liveries for its RB20 race car liveries.

Inspired by its camouflage livery from 2015 preseason testing, its first design of the year was created by a fan from Thailand, Chalaj Suvanish.

“In our 20th season in the sport, it is a timely tribute to years gone by and I can’t wait to see the RED Bull charge out at Silverstone this weekend,” team boss Christian Horner said in a statement.

F1 rules limit how much of a car’s colour scheme can change for a one-off occasion.

Williams has also added a touch of home to its car for the Silverstone weekend.

The FW46 will feature a Union Jack on the back of the car around the airbox.

Teams have been more willing to make tweaks to their cars in recent years.

McLaren was the most notable recent example, rolling out a green and yellow livery at the Monaco Grand Prix as a tribute to its most successful race driver, Ayrton Senna.