F1 » RBR looking for new faces at British GP

Red Bull Racing will again help raise awareness of the Wings for Life campaign by plastering pictures of fans over its cars at the British Grand Prix.

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Sinkento - Unregistered

May 02, 2012 9:50 AM

I can imagine how they are going to run with this. All the entrants faces are going to become mini pixels which creates the collage of the red bull livery. I think each photo is going to be tinted like some being blue to cover the main body, some being red and yellow the go over the logo, it may end up looking cool.

Whatever they have in mind, lets just hope they don't mess it up and give us something horrible.

Josh - Unregistered

May 02, 2012 11:36 AM

That's exactly what I hope they do, Sin (the tinted pictures look), but I don't think it's in line with what the whole message is about. It'd be a bit un-PC to do something for charity but just mask it behind your own corporate image.


May 02, 2012 11:29 PM

You have a point there Josh. There's a difference between having your picture on an F1 car and having your picture as part of a sponsor logo on an F1 car. Especially when you consider that would actually mean that people would be paying to be part of a sponsor logo.

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