Well, that took a little longer than anticipated! Anyway – here it is. Will be interested to see if McLaren actually does use the orange livery this year.
Category Archives: F1 Fantasy Concept
2017 Williams F1 Concept
My Williams FW39 concept – McLaren up next.
2017 Force India F1 Concept
I’m bowing to public pressure and have raked the rear wing a little. Somehow I’m partial to the traditional “vertical” rear wing, but perhaps this will grow on me.
2017 Ferrari F1 Concept
My 2017 effort for Ferrari. Force India is next on my list of things to do…
2017 Red Bull Concept, updated
It has been pointed out to me that I had used incorrect sponsor logos for the coming year for this car – so this is the update. Apologies for this – my schedule means that these are a little quicker and dirtier than I would ideally like. Thanks to Plebstralian and Neliz at Reddit andContinue reading “2017 Red Bull Concept, updated”
2017 Mercedes F1 Concept
I’m a little behind on these this year – am going to try to get one done a week and post them as I do. These are concepts, and do not relate to current F1 rules per se – that is to say there are exaggerations here. Please double click for full size image.
2016 McLaren Concept
I’m a McLaren fan – and I know this is nasty, but I just couldn’t resist… 🙂 Let’s hope their 2016 car is a lot less like this than last year…
2016 Aston Martin (Force India) Concept
I had a hard time with this one. I wanted to use the traditional Aston Martin colours from sports car racing in the late 50s (which is a sort of light metallic green) but I’m not sure how well I achieved it, or how well it sits with the Johnnie Walker blue and gold…
2016 Williams F1 Concept
I liked last year’s Williams, but was surprised at just how “white” the car was – when you’ve got a great brand and logo like Martini/Martini racing, my argument would be to use it to best effect. With that in mind, is this a bit “overdone”?
2016 Renault F1 Concept
I’d love to see Renault come back with their yellow, black, and white livery. Somehow I think that sponsorship considerations will make this untenable. It’d be nice though, wouldn’t it?