Poll: which is the best-looking 2008 car?

Poll: which is the best-looking 2008 car?The 2008 F1 grid has almost taken shape – all the teams bar Super Aguri have their new cars out and only Williams are yet to (officially) reveal their final livery. Toro Rosso are going to start the season with last year’s car.

So, who’d got the best looking racer? Cast your vote below.

Ferrari F2008

Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Valencia, 2008 | Ferrari S.p.A.

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BMW F1.08

Nick Heidfeld, BMW, Valencia, 2008 | BMW

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Renault R28

Renault R28 studio, 4 | ING Renault F1

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Williams-Toyota FW30

The image below shows what is believed to be the 2008 Williams livery.

Williams 2008 livery leaked photograph

More images of the Williams-Toyota FW30

Red Bull-Renault RB4

Red Bull-Renault, RBR4 launch, 2008, Jerez, 6 | GEPA / Franz Pammer

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Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR2B

Sebastian Vettel, Toro Rosso-Ferrari, Barcelona, 2008 pre-season testing | GEPA / Red Bull

Toyota TF108

Timo Glock, Toyota, Valencia, 2008 | Toyota F1 Media

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Honda RA108

Honda RA108 launch 3 | HondaRacingF1.com

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Force India-Ferrari VJM01

Force India F1 Team VJM01 launch 2008 | Force India F1 Team

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McLaren-Mercedes MP4/23

Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, Jerez, 2008 pre-season testing | Daimler

More images of the McLaren-Mercedes MP4/23

This poll has closed. Results are as follows:

1. Ferrari F2008 – 107 votes / 33%
2. McLaren-Mercedes MP4/23 – 54 / 17%
3. Williams-Toyota FW30 – 42 / 13%
4. Force India-Ferrari VJM01 – 39 / 12%
5. BMW F1.08 – 26 / 8%
6. Honda RA108 – 18 / 6%
7. Renault R28 – 14 / 4%
8. Red Bull-Renault RB4 – 11 / 3%
9. Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR2B – 7 / 2%
10. Toyota RA108 – 2 / 1%

Photos copyright: Ferrari S.p.A. | BMW Media | ING Renault F1 team | Williams / LAT | Red Bull / GEPA | Red Bull / GEPA |
Toyota F1 World | HondaRacingF1.com | Force India F1 Team | Daimler

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33 comments on Poll: which is the best-looking 2008 car?

  1. It’s not that the Toyota livery is horrible, it’s that it’s been the same ever since they got into F1 – white with a red splash. BORING.

  2. Robert McKay said on 10th February 2008, 10:38

    119 votes so far – none for Toyota. Ooof.

  3. Dray Chase said on 10th February 2008, 12:16

    yeah the Ferrari really is pretty, the Renault design is nice but the livery is hideous for real. The Williams I think is really good looking so it was between the Ferrari and that, so I voted the underdog :)

  4. oliver said on 10th February 2008, 12:36

    The best looking car is debatable but the worst is certainly the Honda, and I’m not referring to paint work. The car design even looks worse than the very old ForceIndia.

  5. oliver said on 10th February 2008, 17:27

    The Honda paint job is horrible, I can’t help it.

  6. I’ve voted for McLaren, though none of them are especially inspiring this year. I will grant McLaren, Ferrari and BMW one thing though – they’ve found a paint job that isn’t offensive and stuck with it.

    Williams’ is better than last year if they’re using the livery photographed. I have the same reservations with Renault as I did last year (it’s OK from the side, but I can’t stand the view from the front). Red Bull and Toro Rosso still look too similar to each other and would benefit from better differentiation – though their basic colour schemes both work reasonably well. Toyota’s is bland, Honda’s would be good if it wasn’t for the weird blob on the side and Force India’s looks incomplete (swap the white on the main part of the car for interim-spec burgundy and you’d have a really good paint scheme).

  7. theRoswellite said on 10th February 2008, 19:17

    Let’s see…………I vote for the………Vanwall, for 1958.

    Oh, it’s for 2008!!!!

    Then, since they are all the “same” car, in the aerodominated sense, I’ll vote for my favorite….base color. That would be Chrome, only slightly beating out that Italian-Perfect Red.

    What would anyone think about a reversal of the, impossible to avoid, concept…”form follows function”, to wit, “function follows form”. It would appear from the grid sheets over the last few years, and the voting for this contest, that we may have exactly that situation. Beauty brings about speed. It would be nice to see all the Grand Prix teams developing an Aesthetics Dept.(increase the employment possibilities for painters, photographers, sculptors, dancers[???}). After which we could look forward to the development of, perhaps, Depts. of Philosophy, or Metaphysics. Kick the whole GP show up a notch!

  8. DanielPT said on 11th February 2008, 9:18

    Well, i voted for Williams! I sincerely hope that they can come back to the good old winning days! Not yet this year i’m affraid. Not while they have those underpowered engines. Meanwhile if that engine is as bad as they say, what could Williams do if they had other? Well, given by the performances of that thing they call Toyota, i would say pretty well…

  9. Musavir said on 11th February 2008, 10:30

    i like the front half of the the honda car, force india car looks ok, mcclaren with pink for vodafone looks out of place. best looking livery has to be TORO-ROSSO. overall best looking car has to Ferrari. simply because there aren’t that many cars that look good.

  10. Honda all the way! so much better than last year.

  11. teamorders said on 12th February 2008, 5:01

    Ugliest: Force India
    Best looking: Ferrari

  12. …And the Super Aguri?


  13. Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 12th February 2008, 12:34

    Not out yet, and from reports today it might not be seen until the first race, if at all.

  14. Keith,

    Did you see that?


    I think that this livery concept is beautiful than any other 2008 Formula 1 car. And, of course, feed some dreams…


  15. Becken, those mock Audi liveries are stunning, way better than any of the 2008 cars, especially the silver and gold one. If only Audi would join F1, especially if they badged themselves as Lamborghini.

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