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What do you think the best livery ever in F1 is. Personally I really liked Renault when they were sponsored by Mild Seven. Orange Arrows was smart as well.
What Dan said.
Are you kidding? Black and Gold John Player Special ftw! Nothing fancy or overworked, just simple and iconic.
Jordan 191. End of thread.
All the Williamses of the early 90s (with the traditional blue-yellow-white colour scheme), especially FW15C that had also Sonic’s feet painted alongside the cockpit.
Jordan 197 (the first with the snake)
These ones http://www.ddavid.com/formula1/images/vanwall8.jpg ;-)
Team Spirit 2006 Renault.
Always been a JPS Lotus lover. Something sexy about the styling of it.
Others, the Williams cars running Rothmans and the Cannon/Cannon-Elf Livery (The FW14 being at its finest)
Orange Arrows, STR3, 1997 Jordan and pretty much every Benetton from 1986-1997
martini lotus, red martini brabham, jordan 191, ligier gitanes flying teapot,hexagon of highgate brabham, beta march761 and leyton house, but lets face it numero uno has to andretti and petersens 1978 jps lotus
(funny, no ferrai and no modern stuff gets mentioned, thats a story in itself!)
Williams FW16 – love that Rothmans colour scheme, looked dead smart on Mick Doohan’s NSR 500’s in the early 90’s as well.
The JPS Lotus, 85-86 when they had Senna, looks amazing.
I like the Brabhams from around that time as well.
In 1989 or 90, as well as the glorious Ferraris, there was a great little Jägermeister sponsored car, orange with black wings. Osella? Eurobrun?
Prost around 1999 – lovely deep blue.
Definitely this: http://www.fotorola.com/uploads/a630afbfce.jpg
JPS Lotus most beautiful livery in Formula 1. Second is Gold-Leaf. I like Benetton-Camel (1991-1993), Lotus from the ’60 (green-yellow), ELF Tyrrell (1970-1975) Marlboro McLaren (1974-1996), West McLaren (1997-2005), Rothmans Williams (1994-1996) and of course all Ferrari’s.
For me it has to be the 1997 Lola Mastercard livery. Don’t know why but I just love it!
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