Arrow McLaren is among a small group of NTT IndyCar Series teams to make a point of reveling its liveries ahead of each new season, and the tradition continues with the first of three unveilings, starting with Alexander Rossi’s No. 7 Chevy.
Having spent his first year with Arrow McLaren in a Dallara DW12 dressed in black, blue, and papaya orange, the 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner is set for his sophomore run with the team in a car that’s primarily orange and white with black accents.
“I absolutely love the new livery on the No. 7 car,” Rossi said. “It really does a very good job of representing the modernness of today’s papaya, but also has a bit of a classic throwback to it. I can’t wait to get it on track soon.”
The color scheme on David Malukas’ No. 6 Chevy will be revealed on Wednesday, and Pato O’Ward’s No. 5 will break cover and close the process for Arrow McLaren on Thursday.