Ferrari will race at the Miami Grand Prix with a colour scheme featuring two different shades of blue to mark its history in the United States, the team announced on Tuesday.

The Italian outfit, famous for racing in its distinctive shade of red, will unveil the new look ahead of the Florida race on May 6.

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The livery will mark 70 years since the manufacturer entered the U.S. marketplace.

In the early days of motor racing, nations were unofficially given ‘racing colours’ — Italian teams would race in red, with the Rosso Corsa shade becoming synonymous with Ferrari in the 20th Century, while American teams traditionally raced with blue. This custom is where “British racing green” comes from.

Ferrari has confirmed it will use shades called Azzurro La Plata and Azzurro Dino.

The Italian team has used throwback liveries in the past, with a special shade of red for its 1000th race in 2020.