The 2018 World Cup is now just a month away, and this week national team managers have been announcing their squad lists for the summer tournament.
Normally a football tournament would not really come across our radar, but the brilliantly talented Tim Holmes has changed all that by designing a series of F1 cars with World Cup liveries.
He's completed 11 so far, including England, Brazil and Spain, but plans to have a livery for every nation competing in Russia this summer by the time the action starts on June 14th.
Here are the first 16...
My top two are Brazil and Uruguay - which is your favourite?
It's not the first time Tim has used his talents to produce stunning national liveries - last year he created car designs for each of the Grand Prix venues F1 currently visits, and the results were incredible:
And we've also had a few other F1/football cross-overs on DriveTribe.
Designer Sean Bull created these football kits based on F1 team liveries last year:
That proved so popular, Sean created a whole new set based on the 2017 liveries:
And finally, Sean then flipped the idea, and gave every Premier League team an F1 car:
Follow Tim on Twitter here, and visit his website here.