Williams Racing and Kraken crafted a unique community contest, blending the fast-paced world of Formula 1 racing with the innovative universe of digital collectibles.
Winners of the community-driven competition experienced a new way to showcase collectible ownership. Their collectibles were displayed on the rear wing of two FW45s at the Austin Grand Prix, visible to millions of global viewers, illustrating a new chapter in digital ownership.
The Claynosaurz community, always ready for an adventure, supported fellow holder Andrew Kaylor through a multi-stage competition aimed at track dominance.
After weeks of voting, Solana-born collections took the podium, and millions of racing fans witnessed the world's fastest Claynosaurz making their mark on the circuit.
The collectibles that raced into the spotlight on the Williams Racing cars at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, from October 20th to 22nd, were: Mad Lads #8731, DeGods #9414, y00ts #13570, Claynosaurz #8651
The drivers selected two collectibles to complement the four winners from the community voting.
The Austin GP weekend marked a proud moment in the journey of digital collectibles.
For more details, visit Williams Racing's Rear Wing Takeover or Kraken website
Buzz Holdrin, Community Lead