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New livery for iSport

GP2 front-runner iSport International has revealed its livery for the new GP2 season.

The team, which took second in the standings last season thanks to Bruno Senna, will run a new-look driver line-up for the season ahead, with Giedo van der Garde coming in alongside Diego Nunes for the season ahead.

The team has traditionally run in blue, red and silver with the new livery seeing a slight change, with a dark blue, red and white colourscheme for the 2009 campaign.

The new livery will debut in the Paul Ricard test session next week, where the team will also have its first taste of new updates to the GP2 car including new cylinder heads, a new clutch and exhaust system.

iSport will be also test different aerodynamic set-ups to simulate the tracks GP2 will be racing at this season.


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iSport will run a new livery for the 2009 GP2 season
iSport will run a new livery for the 2009 GP2 season
Sergio Canamasas (ESP) while testing with iSport International in post-season testing at Jerez - Thursday November 22 2012. (World Copyright: Malcolm Griffiths/GP2 Series Media Service.)
Kevin Mirocha (POL, iSport International) during post-season testing at Jerez on 23 November 2012. (Photo: Malcolm Griffiths/GP2 Series Media Service)
Facundo Regalia (ARG, iSport International) during the first day of post-season testing at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain on Thursday October 30 2012. (Photo: Alastair Staley/GP2 Series Media Service.)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) leads the field into turn one on the opening lap of the Singapore sprint race. Action. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) celebrates his Singapore sprint race victory. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) celebrates his Singapore sprint race victory on the podium. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) celebrates his Singapore sprint race victory on the podium. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) celebrates his Singapore sprint race victory on the podium with Marcus Ericsson (SWE, iSport International) and Fabio Leimer (SUI, Racing Engineering).(World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service)
Davide Valsecchi (ITA, Dams) celebrates his Monza sprint race victory on the podium with Fabio Leimer (SUI, Racing Engineering) and Jolyon Palmer (GBR, iSport International) (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.)
Davide Valsecchi (ITA, Dams) leads Fabio Leimer (SUI, Racing Engineering) and Jolyon Palmer (GBR, iSport International) through the chicane. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) in trouble in the Rettifilo at the start of the Monza feature race. (World Copyright: Daniel Kalisz/GP2 Media Service.)
Luca Filippi (ITA, Scuderia Coloni), Johnny Cecotto Jr. (VEN, Barwa Addax) and Marcus Ericcson (SWE, iSport) on the podium after the Monza feature race. (World Copyright: Daniel Kalisz/GP2 Media Service.)
Marcus Ericsson (SWE, iSport International) crosses the line to take victory in the Spa feature race. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service)
Marcus Ericsson (SWE, iSport International) celebrates his victory in the Spa feature race on the podium with James Calado (GBR, Lotus GP) and Davide Valsecchi (ITA, Dams) (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service)
Marcus Ericsson (SWE, iSport International) celebrates his victory in the Spa feature race. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service)
Giedo Van der Garde (NED, Caterham Racing) celebrates second place in the Hockenheim sprint race. (World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/GP2 Media Service)

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