Williams has presented a special one-off scheme in order to mark its eighth centenary in Formula 1.
Williams is marking its 800th grand prix across the next two events in Britain, its home race, and Hungary.
Britain was supposed to be its 800th grand prix but the cancellation of the Emilia Romagna round pushed the actual occasion back to Hungary.
The design pays tribute to Williams’ British roots and also acts as an homage to founder, the late Sir Frank Williams.
The special scheme will adorn the FW45s of Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant at Silverstone this weekend.
Williams has won the British Grand Prix on 10 occasions, including its maiden victory in Formula 1 in 1979.
It enters this year’s Silverstone round in ninth place in the Constructors’ Championship.
Williams is due to present a Gulf-themed livery next week which will be used in Singapore, Japan and Qatar.