PLEASE SEND TO SAUBER F1 TEAM HEADQUARTERS, HINWIL, SWITZERLAND. NEEDED URGENTLY TO PAINT NOSES OF C31 CARS.
I mean, really. Having had the worst livery on the grid for two years, you’d assume Sauber could do nothing but improve. And to be fair to them… they have improved. Well, they’ve improved half the car, anyway.
But then you get to the nose. The nose that they’ve… just forgotten to paint, it seems.
Oh yeah, sure. They might claim that it’s a deliberate part of the livery. But if it were… then why isn’t there a red trim along the edge, as there is the black section at the back? Why, too, does it not actually appear to run parallel with its companion section? Why does it end at such an arbitrary place – further up the nose than one sensible option (on the contour of the stepped nose), but lower down it than the other (at the cockpit edge)? And why… well, just why, basically?
I’m actually starting to think they’re deliberately winding me up, now…