2018 Launch News


What to Expect in 2018

What do we think 2018's grid is going to look like? Based on teases, announcements, guesswork and speculation, here's our team-by-team run through our expectations. [Read More]

January 5, 2018 // 10 Comments

Big Numbers

It should be apparent by now that we like seeing large race numbers on F1 cars. So naturally, we welcomed the FIA's new regulations on how they should be displayed with open arms... [Read More]

May 11, 2017 // 8 Comments

1990: Scuderia Ferrari

Ferrari had had this livery, or a version thereof, for several years by this point; but 1990, when it adorned what I would call the platonic ideal of an F1 car, is when it reached its peak. This is perfection – the right shade of red, the right black-and-yellow wings, the right combination of [Read More]

January 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

1977: Scuderia Ferrari

The white-topped Ferrari with Italian flag stripes remains an absolute classic – you can see why they tried a variant of it in 2016 – and it looked even better when massive airboxes disappeared in 1977, and the whole thing was displayed at an angle [Read More]

January 12, 2017 // 2 Comments

Launch Roundup: Ferrari, Mercedes, Toro Rosso

So, as you can probably imagine, we were a bit busy with our own new livery job yesterday to look at the new cars that have begun to make their way onto the track in advance of - and during - this week's testing. But let's take the opportunity now to have a look at the three cars that, rather unsurprisingly, have been painted almost identically to last year... [Read More]

February 1, 2015 // 5 Comments

Fantasy 2015 Liveries Are A Big Thing Right Now And We Love Them

Perhaps it's the fact that 2014 didn't see too many in the way of drastic changes to the previous year's liveries - or perhaps it's just that we expect that 2015 may see a radically different style grid for more reasons than one - but whatever the rationale, it seems that there's a growing trend among fantasy F1 livery designers to already be looking forwards to next year, and styling possible future cars. [Read More]

September 30, 2014 // 2 Comments

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