classic liveries imagined on 2013 formula 1 racecars classic liveries imagined on 2013 formula 1 racecars
dec 17, 2013

classic liveries imagined on 2013 formula 1 racecars

classic liveries imagined on 2013 formula 1 racecars
‘mclaren, 1992’
all images © camille de bastiani

 

 

 

since the late 1960s, formula one liveries have become an integral aspect of the now multi billion-dollar sport, replacing previously used national colors in exchange for high paying tobacco sponsors and alcohol companies. throughout the years, teams such as mclaren, williams and ferrari have seen the facade of their ‘driving billboards’ evolve drastically, annually receiving new sets of logos, strategically plastered over engine bay covers and rear wings. to capture the spirit of some of F1’s most iconic cars, camille de bastiani has dressed the V8 model from 2013 using photoshop and illustrator, with a selection of liveries from late 1960 to the mid 2000’s. the collection features ayrton senna’s classic V12-powered ‘mclaren MP4/7A’, michael schumacher’s ‘jordan 191’ from his F1 debut at the belgian grand prix in 1991, and even the adrian newey-designed ‘williams FW19’ from 1997, that led canadian driver jacques villeneuve to his first world championship.

‘williams, 1989’

‘benetton, 1996’

‘williams, 1997’

‘jordan, 1991’

‘benetton, 1993’

‘lotus, 1986’

‘ferrari, 1982’

‘mclaren, 2005’

‘lotus, 1979’

 

 

  • Lotus with the more classic black and gold would absolutely rock, much more then the one they are using now… They could also use one year (or one race, as a birthday thing), the white red and gold livery, that would also rock.

    Williams with the 97 or 89 livery would be cool too.

    what? says:
  • Tacky ugly advertisements from today are replaced with tacky ugly advertisements of 20 years ago and I should care, why?

    JJ says:
  • That Ferrari 1993 should be 1996, just saying…

    Mat says:
  • cars looked so much better back then, just because of the graphics.

    Bogdan says:

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