Manfred Stohl's Kronos Racing-run Citroen Xsara WRC will sport a special livery on the Rallye Deutschland next week, the tenth round in the 2007 FIA World Rally Championship, after an OMV Move & Help car design competition.

Over 240 children from 14 nations submitted entries and in the end the three best ones were selected by Stohl, his co-driver, Ilka Minor, Kronos boss, Marc van Dalen and representatives of Caritas, SOS Children's Village and UNICEF. The winner was then chosen from these three after voting was opened to the public via the team's official website.

12-year-old Anja from Furth, Germany took the spoils after the voting (with 56.3 per cent of the votes), however, the young artist suggested that all three designs should be combined into one and as such the livery is an amalgamation of her design, along with those of Czech brothers Radomir (9 years-old) and Jaromir Wisnar (7 years-old), from Stramberk and Norbert Seitlunger (10 years-old) from the SOS Children's Village in Imst, Austria.

The livery will be officially unveiled next week on Thursday August 16 in the service park area at Trier - one day before the action gets underway 'proper' in Germany.

Move & Help is an educational programme backed by OMV, one of the largest oil and gas groups in Central Europe.