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Gallery: 10 modern F1 cars that look better in 70s liveries
The sequel to one of our most popular posts ever.
Recently we featured a story in which a talented digital craftsman by the name of CdeB Design had cleverly recreated modern F1 cars with the liveries of the 1980s. Whether it was an experiment to see if it’d make them look a little cooler – or simply just a bit of fun, the results were spectacular.
You guys loved it and so did we. This time celebrating the 1970s, here’s the sequel.
Lotus Martini Racing Team – 1979 (Mario Andretti)
Walter Wolf Racing – 1977 (Jody Scheckter)
Warsteiner Arrows Racing – 1979 (Jochen Mass)
Martini Racing (Brabham) – 1975 (Carlos Reutemann)
Parmalat Racing Team Brabham-Alfa Romeo – 1979 (Niki Lauda)
Fittipaldi Automotive (Copersucar) – 1979 (Emerson Fittipaldi)
UOP Shadow Racing Team – 1975
Frank Williams Racing Cars – 1973 (Jacky Ickx)
Elf Team Tyrrell – 1974 (Patrick Depailler)
UOP Shadow Racing Team Matra – 1975 (Jean Piere Jarier)