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Classic F1 liveries super imposed on 2013 race cars

Classic F1 liveries super imposed on 2013 race cars

The speediest of billboards


Image: Design Boom

Liveries have been an intricate part of the F1 culture throughout the years – artist Camille De Bastiani has created an homage to the history of liveries with a new Photoshop project

As far back as the 1960's, F1 race cars have been wrapped with sponsorship liveries marking the marketing ideas of their sponsors. Logos of sponsors have replaced the classic national colours of the teams, creating these speedy billboards. Teams such as McLaren, Williams and Ferrari have seen the façade of their cars evolve drastically over the years, receiving new sets of logos plastered over their engine bay covers and rear wings.

Camille De Bastiani has created a series of Photoshop and Illustrator renderings of the latest V8 model from 2013 decorated in some of the most classic liveries we have seen throughout the years - from the late 1960's to the mid 2000's.  Paying homage to the likes of Ayrton Senna's classic V12-powered McLaren MP4/7A' and Michael Schumacher's 'Jordan 191′ from his F1 debut at the Belgian Grand Prix in 1991. 

 

Lotus, 1979

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McLaren, 2005

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Ferrari, 1982

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Lotus, 1986

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Jordan, 1991

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Williams, 1997

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Benetton, 1996

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Williams, 1989

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McLaren, 1992

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