Lewis Hamilton has revealed his new helmet for the coming season with a design that celebrates his "beginnings".
Hamilton began his F1 career wearing a predominantly yellow design as a nod to his childhood hero Ayrton Senna.
The seven-time champion has been through a variety of looks since his move to Mercedes, switching to white before adopting a purple and black design in recent years.
For the coming season, Hamilton is running with a fluorescent yellow number 44 on his W13 and this colour has also been used as the base for his latest helmet.
Revealing the look on social media, Hamilton said: "For this year's helmet I wanted to show love to my beginnings.
"As much as I love purple and black, yellow is my history. I’m going into this season with the same dedication, drive, and passion I had way back in my karting days."