Max Verstappen will drive the Turkish Grand Prix in a different livery.

Red Bull Racing opts for a special white livery as a tribute to Honda, which will stop as an engine supplier after this season.

Max Verstappen and teammate Sergio Pérez will exchange the dark blue for the white this weekend.

Max Verstappen and teammate Sergio Pérez will exchange the dark blue for the white this weekend.

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The white color refers to the Honda RA272, the first Japanese car to win a Formula 1 race.

The white color refers to the Honda RA272, the first Japanese car to win a Formula 1 race.

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Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez pose with Honda directors Toyoharu Tanabe and Masashi Yamamoto.

Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez pose with Honda directors Toyoharu Tanabe and Masashi Yamamoto.

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Max Verstappen hopes to do good business in the white colors in the battle for the world championship.

World Cup leader Lewis Hamilton is only two points ahead of the Dutchman.

Max Verstappen hopes to do good business in the white colors in the battle for the world championship.

World Cup leader Lewis Hamilton is only two points ahead of the Dutchman.

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The Turkish Grand Prix starts on Friday at 10.30 AM Dutch time with the first free practice.

The Turkish Grand Prix starts on Friday at 10.30 AM Dutch time with the first free practice.

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