Following the end of their Camel sponsorship deal in 1991, Lotus switched back to their original racing green and yellow colours, on a predominantly white livery that in any year that didn’t also contain the 7up Jordan might have been the strongest of the lot. But in 1992 they went even better, [Read More]
If you’re finally getting rid of the John Player Special livery, you’d better be replacing it with something pretty damned good – and to be fair, that’s exactly what Lotus did. It probably helps that this is given iconic status by the presence of Ayrton Senna, but this is still an excellent [Read More]
It could only be, really. A sponsor partnership that would last, on and off, for over a decade, and still perhaps the most iconic F1 livery there has ever been. It’s not just that the black and gold are absolutely beautiful together – although they are – but that this is the first ever black [Read More]
There’s really only one place to start with the first year of sponsorship liveries: the one that started the whole crazy trend off. But aside from its place in history, the Gold Leaf Lotus car is still an iconic one to this day; the red, white and gold colour scheme is hugely appealing and [Read More]
Right, then. You could all probably imagine I was going to comment on this at some point. So. Here is a picture of a potential 2011 livery (although, as I’ll explain, I don’t believe it’s actually going to run next year) for the Team Formerly Known As [Read More]
Well, this is interesting. As regular readers will know, I’m a huge, huge fan of the 2010 Lotus livery – I think it’s the best one not only on this year’s grid, but quite possibly on any year’s grid for the last decade. So I can’t really see any reason for them [Read More]
November 11, 2010 // 10 Comments
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