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Old 7 Nov 2018, 04:04 (Ref:3861529)   #91
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Lucky it only lasted 1.5 corners in the race!
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Old 7 Nov 2018, 08:52 (Ref:3861577)   #92
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Do you mean the livery or the car? Because I think the livery looks alright, but the winglets on it, no way!
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Old 7 Nov 2018, 12:25 (Ref:3861612)   #93
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Do you mean the livery or the car? Because I think the livery looks alright, but the winglets on it, no way!
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Old 8 Nov 2018, 09:10 (Ref:3861764)   #94
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Maybe BAR deliberately gave us that horrible zip up livery as protest for not letting them run cars in two different liveries
In some ways, yes, it had to have been some kind of ploy to stick it to the FIA, showing them that they can run two liveries at once if they want. The only problem is the only ones who were made to look foolish after all was said and done was BAR!
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In my opinion Formula One cars looked the best from 1965 - 1967, 1980 - 1982, 1991 - 1993 and 1999 - 2001 for a variety of reasons.

On the flipside the late 60's (first appearance of wings), the mid-2000s (over abundance of winglets) and the early 2010s (advent of big boxy wings) are some of the times when F1 cars have looked pretty ordinary. Funnily enough, for me at least, the problem always seems to stem from aero. Makes sense I guess when a car's bodywork is what you're looking at 90% of the time when watching races.
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Old 8 Nov 2018, 15:39 (Ref:3861819)   #96
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true true...was a big fan of the R24 livery which they essentially kept intact for 2005 but the body work, slots on the side pods, on the R25 took away from the quality of that livery imo.
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Old 9 Nov 2018, 00:40 (Ref:3861894)   #97
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The Mild Seven Renault liveries were some of the best ever seen in the F1 paddock. Was a massive fan of the Benetton's of the mid-90s too. '96 or '98 were probably the smartest looking.
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Makes sense I guess when a car's bodywork is what you're looking at 90% of the time when watching races.
'A shame.

To enjoy the true nature of F1, one should be watching/looking a bit deeper then just the skin......try using more than just the eyes and ears. There's a sixth sense inside the ol' noggin'.....

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