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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by Lee, Jan 6, 2008.
Is this the world's first known case of racing-driver-slash-model?
Sometimes I wonder how F1 cars would look if they designed one to fit me in it.
The jaw. I dropped it.
He's doing some break dancing!
By the way, the new Williams looks very nice!
Oh dear Craig,
You evil bastard!
Watch thy language laddie
I think that's the 2nd best looking car of this year so far. The first being Toyota's TF108, very ncie paintjob on that
Its a toss up between BMW and Williams for me.
DOn't diss Alex or feel his wrath
Oh no.. im quaking in my cotton socks.
BMW looks better that Toyota in my books.
Sorry, I thought it would have censored out. Obvously Not!
Man that Williams sure is something, it would have looked even better if they kept Lonovo on the sidepods though..
Love the look, although I keep double taking the side rear wing sponsor, it looks so much like Alfa Romeo..
You serious about the Toyota?
I can't even remeber the toyota livery!
On another note Mclarens is literally identical to last years (still look amazing) but they keep toning down the chrome (probably blinds drivers)
^That's pretty meh in my opinion.
But your an Massa Fanboy
Don't diss FatAssBR or feel his wrath!
Oh no.. im quaking in my wollen socks.
He is an Massa fanboy.
Ye but Kimi's better.
What did you post a 2002 Toyota for?
Probably because they've kept it the same for the past six years ...
You know, if Toyota incorporated the gray of their jumpsuits into the car's paintjob, it wouldn't look so bad. That, plus a better use of blue accenting, would give the livery the extra dimension it so desperately needs.
I think in the NA rounds (Canada and USA, if they ever return there), the toyota should have Lexus branding, like Honda did with Acura. Maybe a change in colour scheme would be nice too. I was talking about it with my dad last night and we thought maybe have the car in black with the flashes on the car coloured silver and red.
Lexus? Ummmm... Probably a dark Blue, kinda like the Prosts of 2000 with some white lines over the place.
Seems to me their problem is performance, not paint job.
I still think the BMW is the sexiest car on the grid this year
No, they just have team orders to drive that way so that their sponsors get more track-time. Trust me, if Toyota wanted to win F1, they would build the car to win it and the robots to drive it.