Esteban Ocon will run a unique helmet design at this weekend’s US Grand Prix, with the design based on Spider-Man.
Spider-Man is one of Marvel’s most recognisable superheroes, with several movie and TV adaptations being based on him over the last number of decades.
Drivers often experiment with helmet designs throughout the year, with Ocon opting to use the US race to show off a special livery.
The Frenchman enters the weekend at the Circuit of the Americas after taking his best result of the year last time out at Suzuka, where he crossed the line in fourth place.
“COTA is like an exciting rollercoaster ride for driver and machine that really puts both to the test,” Ocon said.
“You can split the circuit in two parts with the very high-speed section at the start, going pretty much flat out before Turn 11.
“Then, following the long back straight, we pass the iconic observation tower and tackle a combination of technical low-speed corners to end the lap. It’s fast and flowing, but also bumpy, which adds to the challenge. I like this track and I’m looking forward to being back.”