Felipe Massa will run a special livery in his final home race at this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix, after Williams sponsor Martini opted to dedicate its logo to him.
Massa, who has been at Williams since 2014, will retire from Formula One at the end of this season, bringing to a close a 15-year career. The livery change will see the traditional Martini logo replaced with the word 'MASSA' on the sidepod of the Brazilian's FW38.
The former Sauber and Ferrari driver's Williams will also sport a rear wing carrying the phrase 'Obrigado', which means thank you in Portuguese.
Massa's final race in F1, at Abu Dhabi at the end of November, will mark his 250th grand prix in the sport.