Absolute Racing has unveiled the livery with which its will contest this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, carrying an anti-discrimination theme.
The #18 Porsche 911 RSR-19, driven by Andrew Haryanto, Marco Seefried and Alessio Picariello, features a black-and-bronze colour scheme.
Notably, the car features the ‘One World One Race’ message, which the team says ‘sends a powerful message in support of those fighting against discrimination across the world.’
The car’s livery also features depictions of various cultures and ethnicities around the globe, depicted as rubber ducks.
“Absolute Racing is a team that has forged a reputation of success through sheer determination and hard work, conquering wins and titles with audacious car liveries,” said team director Ingo Matter.
“With the ‘One World, One Race’ motto and an eye-catching livery, we want to place more emphasis on raising the awareness of a socially important issue among motorsport people. The car looks fantastic and we can’t wait to see how it performs on the track.”
Absolute Racing will be making its debut in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.