F1 » VOTE: Which F1 team has the best livery?


Looks aren't everything, right? Tell that to F1 teams who spend millions designing their car liveries! CLICK HERE to tell us which of the 12 different designs look great, and which need junking!

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1Jez

August 11, 2012 2:00 PM

It annoys me so much when people comment without reading the article. It specifically said PAINT, not body shape! Ugh...

I quite like the Caterham as a race car livery. Red bull looks cool, but Torro Rosso is too busy. Ferrari is classic, McLaren is iconic, Mercedes is... misguided. Sauber is too bland, though better than last year. I'm probably alone hear in thinking that the Lotus doesn't do much for me, but it's certainly isn't ugly.

Force India is smooth, Williams is neat, understated and kinda sexy. Marrusia and HRT looks could possibly be prejudiced by their lack of pace.

But that's just my opinion. :)

1Jez

August 11, 2012 3:02 PM

DK - that's a very astute observation. The bright red TOTAL endplates really interupt the whole scheme of a livery. But I guess that means the advertising is working, since we're now discussing how attention is drawn to it. Still, for aesthetic's sake, get rid of it.

VimtoMoustache - Unregistered

August 11, 2012 5:15 PM

Lotus closely followed by Williams.
Going slightly off topic,the best ever F1 livery has to be the Orange Arrows. The 94 Minardi was a stunner too-white,orange,sky blue and navy blue.It sounds like a dogs breakfast but worked beautifuly.

PF - Unregistered

August 11, 2012 6:02 PM

When I was at Silverstone, the cars looked so much better than on the TV and I have to say the HRT and Marussia cars stood out to me, lack of pace compensated by decent paintjobs!

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